Humanities Data Workshop Series Concluding with Capstone on Ethical Considerations, featuring Dr. Jennifer Garcon
The Humanities Data Workshop Series will conclude on April 13 with a capstone on ethical considerations, featuring guest speaker Dr. Jennifer Garcon, Librarian for Modern and Contemporary Special Collections.
There are many great workshops coming up in the Fall of 2021 organized by our partners in the Princeton Institute for Computational Scien
After a successful inaugural year, registration is now open for the 2021-2022 Research Data Stewardship Program.
Last December we announced the inaugural Qualitative Data Management Plan (DMP) Competition, sponsored jointly by
The Office of Research Data and Open Scholarship (RDOS) is a new department within the Princeton University Library (PUL), which merges the Princeton Research Data Service and
Data Management Plans (DMPs) play an integral role in ensuring that data are collected, organized, stored, and shared responsibly. Qualitative researchers writing such plans frequently ask for examples of excellent DMPs for qualitative research.
Today, October 29, 2020, the National Institutes of Health issued the final version of the new Policy for Data Management and Sharing.
The Princeton Research Data Service has launched the Research Data Stewardship Program: a new annual training program to provide early-career researchers in any discipline with the knowledge and skills to be effective data stewards.
Advancing science: Princeton graduate students learn how to manage research data in workshop with campus experts
Princeton University held its 2nd annual research data management workshop for graduate students from Jan. 27 to 29.