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Are you creating or managing research data? This hands-on workshop will provide an overview of data management topics, including file organization and naming, data security and backups, tools for collaborating with others in the lab, and data publishing, storage and sharing. We'll also cover journal publisher requirements and writing the data management plans that are required by most funders, as well as data management issues related to closing out projects and moving between institutions. Geared towards those in postdoc or research scientist roles, but all are welcome.

Other relevant workshops in our Data Bites workshop series:
Join the MIT Libraries Data Management Services team on Zoom during IAP 2024 for bite-sized half-hour workshops on specific data management topics. Register for one or all!
* Tuesday, January 9, 1pm: Writing better READMEs
 * Thursday, January 11, 1pm: Using the Dryad data repository
 * Tuesday, January 16, 1pm: Backing up your stuff
 * Thursday, January 18, 1pm: Using Zenodo with GitHub to archive your code
We are also teaching the following in-depth workshops:
 * File Organization
 * NIH Data Management and Sharing Plans
For more information or to learn more about data management topics, contact us at data-management@mit.edu or see https://libraries.mit.edu/data-management/

Wednesday, January 17, 2024
2:00pm - 3:30pm
14S-130 (The Nexus)
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Phoebe Ayers

Librarian for EECS, IDSS, and Math

Research Data Management Services

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Ece Turnator

Humanities and Digital Scholarship Librarian