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- Google Apps@UConn : Connect, Create, and Collaborate

Presenters: HuskyTech (Student Technology Services) GTeam

Curious about what UConn Google Apps can do for you? This workshop will introduce faculty, staff, and students to the suite of tools available to help you work, teach, and learn. We will start with a presentation and demo of using Google’s core apps. You have the option of following along as the presenters demonstrate how to use the applications. We will include Q+A throughout the presentation, as well as saving time at the end for specific questions targeting how using Google Apps improves your teaching and/or learning.

If you need assistance creating a UConn Google account as faculty/staff there will be time for this at the beginning of the presentation.

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Google Apps Wednesday 04/23/14 2:00 PM to 3:00 PM Babbidge Library Level 1 Electronic Classroom 21 6 Register

. Research Data Repositories
Where do you find data to use for your research? Where do you put your data when you are done with it? What archival support will UConn provide for research data? This workshop offers a look at a variety of data repositories for many different subjects and includes tips on data citing as well. This is the sixth of a 10 part series on research data management topics meant to offer best practices to graduate students working with research data.
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Research Thursday 04/24/14 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM Babbidge Library Class of 50 Level 2 Lecture Center 40 7 Register

: Research Data Sharing & Reuse
Some funders now require research data to be shared with the public. Learn about funder requirements and UConn policies regarding data sharing and use. This is the fifth of a 10 part series on research data management topics meant to offer best practices to graduate students working with research data.
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Research Thursday 05/01/14 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM Babbidge Library Class of 50 Level 2 Lecture Center 40 5 Register

; Legal & Ethical Issues for Research Data
Who owns research data? What are the legal considerations when handling it? What are your ethical responsibilities? This is a basic look at these topics and a chance to ask questions of the experts. This is the seventh of a 10 part series on research data management topics meant to offer best practices to graduate students working with research data.
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Research Wednesday 05/14/14 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM Babbidge Library Class of 50 Level 2 Lecture Center 40 10 Register

< Data Management Plan Tool
US Federal funders increasingly require data sharing and/or data management plans for grant applications. The DMP Tool is a free online resource designed to help you write this section of your grant application. Come learn how to use it! This is the eighth of a 10 part series on research data management topics meant to offer best practices to graduate students working with data.
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Research Tuesday 05/20/14 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM Babbidge Library Class of 50 Level 2 Lecture Center 40 15 Register

> Altmetrics
Learn about alternatives to classic author citation metrics, including from sources like youtube, slideshare, figshare, data sets, software downloads, and other non-peer reviewed sources, and how to track your own statistics. This is the tenth of a 10 part series on research data management topics meant to offer best practices to graduate students working with research data.
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Research Monday 06/09/14 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM Babbidge Library Class of 50 Level 2 Lecture Center 40 5 Register

> Data and Researcher ID's
Your data sets can have unique ID’s which allow them to be located online for future use easily in perpetuity. You as an author can also have a specific ID which distinguishes you as a unique researcher which is especially useful if you have a common name. Come learn about your options! This is the ninth of a 10 part series on research data management topics meant to offer best practices to graduate students working with research data.
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Research Tuesday 06/03/14 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM Babbidge Library Class of 50 Level 2 Lecture Center 40 6 Register