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Karen Hogenboom, Numeric and Spatial Data Librarian, email@example.com and Sarah Shreeves, IDEALS Coordinator, firstname.lastname@example.org
Main Library - Library 314
The university is a member of ICPSR (the Inter-University Consortium for Political and Social Research), which has been archiving social science data and working with social science researchers for fifty years. Attend this workshop to learn what types of social science data can be deposited in ICPSR and how ICPSR and the University Library can help you to manage your data and meet the requirements of the National Science Foundation and other funders. This workshop also contains a brief introduction to general concepts in data management.
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