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Creating Meaningful Data: Metadata Essentials

Creating Meaningful Data: Metadata Essentials In-Person

This class is part of the Research Data Management Seminar Series

Good metadata enables you to understand, use, and share your own data now and in the future, and helps other researchers discover, access, use, repurpose, and cite your data in the long-term. It also facilitates long-term archival preservation of the data.

Learn what metadata is, how it applies to your research, and who to contact for assistance.

Feel free to bring your lunch! 

Location: Countway Library 403 Classroom 

Instructors: Julie Goldman, Research Data Services, Countway Library
Meghan Kerr, Archivist and Records Manager, Center for the History of Medicine

Guest Presenter: Amber LaFountain, Metadata Archivist, Center for the History of Medicine

See more: Harvard Biomedical Data Management News & Events

Monday, January 14, 2019
1:00pm - 2:00pm
Time Zone:
Eastern Time - US & Canada (change)
Countway Library
Campus Location:
Harvard Longwood Campus
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Need help with data management? Feel free to book a 30 minute meeting slot with me.

Happy to help with data organization, cleaning, and sharing for fostering reproducible workflows and open science!

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