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Brian Westra, University of Oregon

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In this session we’ll look at two examples of tools that research faculty can use to manage data during the research process; define criteria for evaluating capacity for data curation support; and examine what it takes to do pilot cases between the library and research faculty. Finally, we’ll discuss other software and services that you or your research faculty are using to manage research data early in the data lifecycle.

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Start Date

10-2-2012 2:10 PM

End Date

10-2-2012 2:55 PM

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http://archives.pdx.edu/ds/psu/19996

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Feb 10th, 2:10 PM Feb 10th, 2:55 PM

Curation-Friendly Tools for the Scientific Researcher

In this session we’ll look at two examples of tools that research faculty can use to manage data during the research process; define criteria for evaluating capacity for data curation support; and examine what it takes to do pilot cases between the library and research faculty. Finally, we’ll discuss other software and services that you or your research faculty are using to manage research data early in the data lifecycle.