Introduction to Open Science Framework
RDM touches every aspect of the research life cycle. However, working across multiple platforms makes discrete connections across the research life cycle difficult. OSF allows us to draw these linkages and identify where each facet of the research life cycle and your data interact. In this session we will see how OSF addresses the issues of discrete connections across a project and have a hands on exercise to get you set up with a project page to start mapping out your research or your lab.
Sarah Parker is the Librarian for Science and Engineering at Woodward Library on the Vancouver campus. She liaises with the Library's Research Commons and collaborates with colleagues to support and promote OSF and research data management.
Susan Paterson is a Humanities and Social Sciences Librarian in Koerner Library. Her liaison responsibilities include Social Work, French Language and Literature and Government Information. She is a member of the Library’s Research Data Management team.
Mathew Vis-Dunbar is the Southern Medical Program Librarian at UBC Okanagan. As a member of the Fostering Open Science @ UBC initiative, he works with students, researchers, and colleagues across UBC in support of open, reproducible research practices.
This workshop is part of the RDM Fall Series 2020. The series is designed to be taken as a complete cycle, in order, over a three week period this fall. The sessions will build on one another using a mock research project and data, but we encourage you to bring your own project if you'd like!
If you have any questions or concerns, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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- Monday, October 5, 2020
- 10:00am - 11:30am
- Sarah Parker, Susan Paterson & Mathew Vis-Dunbar