The Glucksman Library is proud to announce its 2nd annual Research Data and Digital Skills Summer School.
The Summer School is open to Research Postgraduates and Researchers from all disciplines. It will run the whole week from 19th – 23rd June in the Glucksman Library building and will provide hands-on instructions on a range of digital tools to improve digital skills and data literacy of UL PhD students and researchers.
Join us at the Research Data and Digital Skills Summer School and unlock the potential of digital scholarship and data literacy within the inspiring environment of the Glucksman Library. Expand your horizons, connect with like-minded individuals, and embark on a transformative journey towards becoming a proficient digital scholar.
The sessions will provide hands-on instructions on digital tools ranging from data organisation in the humble spreadsheet to giving you a start to programming with Python. Sessions about Open Access publishing, measuring your research impact, and research data management are alternated with an introduction into free tools for presenting and exhibiting your data and a go with the 3D printers in the Makerspace of the library.
The Summer School does not assume previous knowledge with the tools covered, but participants with experience in some of the topics are most welcome to join and help their peers master new skills. Participants are expected to attend the whole week. The tools and skills covered will be beneficial to researchers from all disciplines.
Schedule, session details and the registration are to be found via the following link: https://ul.libcal.com/event/4034736
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