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Do you struggle with organizing your research data?  Wonder if there’s a better way to arrange and name your data files to optimize your work? This virtual workshop will teach you practical techniques for organizing your data files. Topics will include: file and folder organizational structures and file naming. Will include hands-on exercises to apply the concepts to your particular data project.

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: Making your code citable with GitHub and Zenodo
We are also teaching the following in-depth workshops:
 * Data Management for Postdocs and Research Scientists [in person]
 * 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/ 

Monday, January 22, 2024
2:00pm - 3:30pm
Registration has closed.

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Amy Nurnberger
Sadie Roosa