UPDATE: Research in Digital Times: Planning, Collecting and Storing Your Data
In light of the Vice Chancellor's recent announcement, the DLS team will not be holding face-to-face presentations as part of their Learning Lunches series, until further notice.
They will be emailing those who have already registered and stopping online registrations. They are also looking at ways of making their training materials more easily accessible online. Currently, they are all available on the Open Science Framework (OSF) page - click here: https://osf.io/5avhm/. DLS will also be updating the platform with their slides for the upcoming lectures, as well as exploring how they can effectively deliver the material remotely.
About the Session
3 in 1!
Everything on how to think about your research data ahead of time, including filling out a Data Management Plan, how to use UCTDMP, and questions to consider when planning the journey of your data through your research project.
Data, data, everywhere. Knowing where and how to save your data can make a huge difference to your research project. We introduce you to the various storage options available at UCT, from the local network drive, Google Drive, One Drive, but we also touch on how to pick the best folder structure to keep your files organized.
There are lots of ways to collect data, and the way in which you collect them can make your work easier. This sessions looks at file naming, file formats, tools for collection as well as the best way to get comfortable with spreadsheets.
About the Series
Difficult Digital Times - Are you wanting to upskill managing data in your research project? Learn skills from creating data management plans to publishing data on repositories.
Registrations open Tuesday, 21 January 2020.
Venue: Law Library Training Room, Middle Campus
How to book your seat
Booking page: Research in Digital Times: Planning, Collecting and Storing Your Data - Then click on the 'Begin Registration' tab and complete the sections.
- Tuesday, March 17, 2020 Show more dates
- 1:00pm - 2:00pm
- Digital Library Services