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Submit a request for a Savvy Researcher title to be taught at your upcoming course, research group, or faculty meeting: http://go.library.illinois.edu/workshoprequest

(Note: Sessions are limited to five participants or more.)

Most sessions are held in Main Library, Room 314 but be sure to double-check your location

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MORE RESOURCES

- Research Services for People with Disabilities: http://guides.library.illinois.edu/usersdisabilities/gethelp

- CITL Instructor Workshops and Teaching Sessions: http://citl.illinois.edu/Calendar

- Illinois Program for Research in the Humanities (IPRH): http://illinois.edu/calendar/list/4639 

- Lynda.com Online Training Library: http://web.uillinois.edu/lynda/lynda_uiuc/

- Graduate College Events: http://illinois.edu/calendar/list/3695

- Statistics worskhops offered by CITL: http://go.illinois.edu/statsworkshops

>> Statistics, Survey, and Data Drop-in Consulting: An open computer lab with knowledgeable staff ready to answer your questions about quantitative and qualitative research and programs. Location: G8 Foreign Language Building (FLB) - Monday-Thursday 10-4 and Fridays 10-3. For more information:  http://go.illinois.edu/SurveyStatsResouces

- Survey Research Lab Webinar Series: http://www.srl.uic.edu/seminars/Fall16Seminars.htm

Data Workflows

Event Type
Conference/Workshop
Topic
research data services
Sponsor
University Library - Scholarly Commons
Location
Grainger 335
Date
Mar 1, 2017   1:00 - 2:00 pm  
Speaker
Research Data Service
Cost
free
Registration
Registration
Contact
Scholarly Commons
E-Mail
sc@library.illinois.edu
Views
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Workflow mapping is a useful tool for teams of all sizes to understand how data, code, and other resources are being shared and passed around.  Like retracing your steps after losing something, tracing a project through workflows identifies all the essential products and dependencies of the research process, and can be one of the most useful places to get started with data management.  This workshop focuses specifically on computational research processes, but can be adapted to most types of projects.

http://researchdataservice.illinois.edu/

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ALL WORKSHOPS ARE SPONSORED BY THE GRADUATE COLLEGE AND RESEARCH AND INFORMATION SERVICES AND THE SCHOLARLY COMMONS, UNIVERSITY LIBRARY.

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