Webinar hosted by ICSTI and The Copyright Clearance Center
On Friday 17th May, 2019 at 10:00 EDT, ICSTI invites you to attend a 90 minute complimentary webinar featuring Tom Cramer (Stanford University), Mercè Crosas (Harvard University) and Michael Witt (Purdue University).
Jan Brase, Head of Research and Development at Göttingen State and University Library and President of ICSTI will...
Harvard Library Learns! is a one-day summit devoted to enriching the culture of learning and professional development across the libraries.
Have you ever wondered about what goes on in other units in the library? Interested in exploring career pathways? Looking for new ideas to enhance your work? This summit is an opportunity for you to step outside your every day routine and learn across the diverse Harvard Library organization.
Harvard Library Learns! will be held at the Graduate School of Design, Gund Hall, on...
This class is part of the Countway Research Data Management Seminar Series
Research Data Management is essential for responsible research and planning should begin early. By creating a data management plan for your data at the beginning of the project, you save time and effort later on.
This session will begin with an overview of the components of typical data management plans. Then you'll get the opportunity to evaluate a sample DMP, spurred on by a little friendly competition.
Please join us at noon on March 20 for an engaging presentation from Dr. Ara Tahmassian, Dr Mercè Crosas, and Vivli’s Executive Director Dr. Rebecca Li on how Harvard researchers involved in clinical research can use the Vivli platform. Vivli is a global data sharing platform built on Microsoft’s Azure Cloud with the mission to facilitate scientific sharing and reuse of clinical research data.
Attend to learn:
How can a Global data sharing platform like Vivli facilitate my research (publications, grants and clinical research,...
Take control of your author record with an official ID and learn more about the ORCID system, which can save you time and help you fulfill the expectations of an increasing number of publishers and foundations, while disambiguating your work from that of others with the same name.
This event will take place in Cabot Library, in the Instruction Room on the lower level.
Whether you are about to submit a dissertation, or publish a chapter or article, you want to feel confident that the way you’re using copyrighted material—via quotation, embedded images or media, etc.—is permissible under the law, correct? If so, then this is the session for you!
Normally, any use of another party's copyrighted material requires permission from the rightsholder, and in some circumstances, you may need to pay a licensing fee. However, the fair use doctrine allows scholars to use copyrighted material under certain conditions without seeking permission. But there...
Working with frustrating, unmanaged data? Need to get your data organized and documented? This introduction to managing, annotating, and publishing research data using the Open Science Framework is for you! Managing your data is not only essential for responsible research, it will help your data be findable, accessible, interoperable, and reusable.