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Data Foundations

What is meant by research data? How is data generated? How is it shared and accessed? How do I know I can trust data? This workshop introduces researchers to foundational topics to become more effective in finding, evaluating, using, managing data, working with data, and introduces ethical considerations around sharing and publishing data.

This workshop is delivered by the Data Services team in the University Libraries in collaboration with the Graduate Center. The Graduate Center provides onboarding, engagement, and co-curricular professional development for graduate and professional students at WashU and is the home for university-wide fellowships and all fellowship-related programming.

Registration required for Zoom link.