Workshops at Wilson Library

From requirements of the National Science Foundation to policies at academic journals, “data sharing” and “data archiving” are growing requirements of the research process. However, these terms are often used in confusing or conflicting ways. What actually counts as data sharing? Or archiving? How do I prepare my data for sharing? What if I don’t have to share - why should I care? In this workshop, we’ll discuss the different options for data sharing and archiving in the social sciences, as well as data management strategies needed to create sharable and/or archivable data that will also be usable by your primary collaborator: future you.

Monday, April 27, 2015
10:00 am - 11:30 am
S30A Wilson Library
Instructor(s): Amy West
Notes: Co-presenter: Alicia Hofelich-Mohr (

To request disability accommodations, please contact the instructor at least one week prior to the workshop.