Join Us for Data Wednesdays!
Can you decipher notebook entries from students who have left your lab? Can you piece together a project from notes taken three years ago? Do you know where the relevant raw data and aliquots are? Is it clear how the students analyzed their data?
Join us at our next Data Wednesday session on March 19th, 2014 in the Biomedical Library Classroom to learn how to
Manage Your Lab Notebook
Presented by Vessela Ensberg, Ph.D. in Cellular and Molecular Biology, Data Curation Analyst at the UCLA Biomedical Library. Registration will open on March 5th, 2014 on our events page--the place to learn more about upcoming sessions and to sign up. Seating is limited; please register to reserve your space.
Data Wednesday Goes Virtual
Starting in August, you can join us for Data Wednesday workshops from wherever you are by connecting to our live web broadcast. Just select the webinar option when you register. You'll need a web browser with updated Java and a phone line to dial in for audio. The first time you use the Elluminate webinar software, you may need to install a plugin.
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What are Data Wednesdays?
Whatever type of research you conduct, you probably work with some kind of data, but have you really thought about how best to manage that data? Spend the lunch hour with us at the Biomedical Library the fourth Wednesday of every month for Data Wednesdays to learn how to use your data more efficiently and effectively! Classes are held monthly, 12-1 pm, in the Biomedical Library Classroom.