Events & Workshops
September 27, 2023 10:00 AM – 11:00 AM
DSL Classroom/Lab: (Main Library, 2 West)
Is this something I really need? Yes Data management plans are becoming more frequently required when submitting a proposal for research funding. Funding agencies/institutions may not accept proposals that do not include at least an introductory DMP By planning the management of your research data at proposal time it is possible to: Secure funding specifically for research data management Improve the impact and visibility of your research Improve and standardize data management practice and policy in your lab Facilitate collaboration, increase research efficiency, and make new discoveries What does my DMP need to look like? While not all agencies have identical requirements the following is a list of common elements that have been required: Your Data Management Plan will need to cater to your research, domain, and available resources. However, any project which generates a significant amount of digital research data should include a Data Management Plan. We can assist with your draft to ensure it meets your agency guidelines as closely as possible. General DMP Template: A general description of the data A claim that expresses the value and impact of these data A specific description of the content and format of data Any provisions for protection of data Any restrictions on access A specific description of the preservation environment What resources are available to help me (examples, templates, the DMP Tool, review of your DMP plan, Specific assistance with specialized funding agency requirements, format of the DMP elements, short-term storage and long-term repository recommendations, etc.)? MSU Libraries Sponsored Programs Administration Office of Research and Innovation Research Cyberinfrastructure This is a Hybrid event please use the following link if you cannot attend in person Join Zoom Meeting https://msu.zoom.us/j/95690635709 Meeting ID: 956 9063 5709
September 27, 2023 2:00 PM – 3:00 PM
Digital Scholarship Lab (Main Library, 2 West)
Come check out the Anatomage Table! The Anatomage Table is the only fully segmented real human 3D anatomy platform, and we'll be holding open office hours for you to check out, test it out, and think about how you can use it for your curriculum, courses, research support, and to enhance the student experience. Staff will be on hand to answer questions and provide demonstrations.
September 28, 2023 4:00 PM – 6:00 PM
Digital Scholarship Lab (Main Library, 2 West), DSL 360 Room (Main Library, 2 West)
Lydia Fossa (Ph.D. University of Michigan, Ann Arbor; author of Bajo el Cielo de Chuqikirau (Editorial Independiente 2018) and Khipu. Instrumento de gestión, memoria y poder (UPC 2023) will present the main premises and findings of her latest books in an immersive learning space (DSL 360-projection room), followed by a discussion with the audience.