OSU Libraries and Graduate School Expanding Access to OSU Research Data: Data Management Services for Graduate Students and Post-Docs

Most of the research data currently produced by graduate students in the course of conducting the research associated with their thesis or dissertation is lost to the university upon graduation. At best, it is stored on hard drives or servers without metadata or other information to describe what the data consists of, how it is structured, or how one might use it. It is therefore unavailable for validation and reuse by other scientists via the internet. This year, the Center for Digital Scholarship and Services (CDSS) at OSU Libraries interviewed

Posted - October 25, 2012

Research Best Practices in Action

Advancing your research requires savvy and a critical edge. This hands-on workshop uses case studies to explore best practices for authorship, supervision and peer review, while incorporating strategies to avoid costly mistakes. Registration is required.

Wed, 02/07/2018 - 2:00pm to 3:30pm

Graduate Publishing Tips - Where, When & How

New to journal article writing? Learn some key publishing strategies and tips including how to get your story across, what to consider when choosing a journal to publish in, the value of impact factors, co-authorship considerations, and what to expect after you've submitted your article.

Wed, 02/07/2018 - 4:00pm to 5:00pm