Research Data Management - Wednesday, October 6th from 6-7pm
Researchers are increasingly expected to provide open access to publicly funded research as part of verifying and replicating research results. This workshop provides a high-level overview of the research data lifecycle, focusing on areas to consider in order to effectively and responsibly manage research data. Participants will learn about the basic requirements of a data management plan and where to go for additional, customized help in data management planning. Additionally, time will be set aside in the workshop to discuss future topics for additional workshops focusing on data management.
Maximizing Your Research Data Impact - Wednesday, October 13th from 6-7pm
With so much scholarly output being produced, being noticed is becoming increasingly difficult. The purpose of this workshop is to explore ways to maximize your impact and increase your visibility as a researcher, utilizing ORCID, scholarly profiles, open access, social media, and more.
Copyright for Faculty & Graduate Students - Wednesday, October 20th from 6-7pm
This workshop will explore your rights as an author of a copyrighted work. Additionally, as an academic you may confront questions about how to legally use or share the copyrighted work of others. This workshop will discuss how to use copyrighted material legally in your teaching and publishing endeavors.
Editing Your Own Work - Thursday, October 21th from 5-6pm
This workshop will help you learn about techniques to edit your own work. This information can help you elevate your writing and get higher level feedback in the editing proces, because the surface-level errors can be avoided or fixed by practicing some or all of the skills offered in this session.
The Publishing Crisis of the 21st Century - Wednesday, November 3rd from 6-7pm
Opportunities to publish for faculty and graduate students are becoming more and more complicated and - in some cases - limited due to the declining influence of academic presses and the escalating cost of journal subscriptions. Access to scholarly journals and other academic resources is also becoming more limited for these same reasons. Where we do go from here?