Introduction to OSF
RDM touches every aspect of the research life cycle and good RDM includes connecting research data to the processes and inquiries that generate a research question, the tools used to collect, clean, and analyze data, and the myriad of outputs used to disseminate these findings. However, working with multiple platforms, services, and tools makes discrete connections between these objects and across the research life cycle challenging. OSF allows you to draw these linkages and identify where each facet of the research life cycle and your data interact. Bibliographies, protocols, data collection tools, scripts or code, data, posters, manuscripts etc - OSF offers one landing place to connect every aspect of your research project.
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.
Mathew Vis-Dunbar is the Data and Digital Scholarship Librarian at UBC Okanagan. With the Library and the Centre for Scholarly Communications 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 2021.
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- Tuesday, September 28, 2021
- 10:00am - 12:00pm