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Data Management Services

Schedule a Research and/or Data Consulation

Would you like to schedule a one-on-one or group data or research consultation? 

David Luftig is your Research Services Librarian and is happy to assist you in every step of your research (regardless of academic discipline, research project, research experience, audience, etc.).

 

 

Some services in which your Research Services Librarian can assist include:

  • Planning, collecting, describing, processing, sharing, and/or preserving data (at any step of your research project)
  • Understanding and writing digital management plans (DMP)
  • Locating data sets for your research project or your classroom
  • Understanding the context of research, citation impact indicators (such as H-index, journal impact factor, etc.), altmetrics
  • Creating an ORCID, Researcher ID, or other research profile
  • Understanding issues of publishing, access, and fair use
  • Understanding federal data preservation requirements 
  • Describing your data (e.g. creating suitable metadata) so it is discoverable 

 

Upcoming Events:

CAMPUS CONVERSATION: INSIGHTS INTO INCITES: BIBLIOMETRICS AND CONTEXTUALIZING RESEARCH, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 2018, 12:20-1:10 PM, LTC STUDIO 042

Facilitated by David Luftig, Research Services Librarian

This session will examine bibliometrics by demonstrating the functionality of the Web of Science analytical package InCItes. This session aims to assist researchers with contextualizing research and research publications. This session will also examine the many perils of bibliometrics and examine some of the alternative research metrics.

Click here to register.

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Past Events:

CAMPUS CONVERSATION: ON-CAMPUS RESOURCES FOR FEDERAL GRANT SEEKERS
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 24, 2018, 12:20-1:10 PM, LTC STUDIO 042

Facilitated by David Luftig, Research Services Librarian and Amy Adkins, Office of Research

This session is a collaborative effort between the Office of Research and the Roesch Library meant to assist both novice and experienced grant seekers. Topics will include understanding the grant application process, creating digital management plans, and utilizing on-campus resources that can help you be successful in your grant application.

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