Modern Researcher 101 is a workshop series aiming at exploring tools and best practices in managing research workflow, output, and your scholarship across the research lifecycle. The series is hosted monthly by the Arthur Lakes Library at Colorado School of Mines.
We welcome any requests for scheduling new workshops or customized sessions for your research group. Please contact the Scholarly Communications Librarian, Ye Li, at firstname.lastname@example.org for any requests or questions.
The workshop Build Up Your Scholarly Identity on February 15, 2018 is co-sponsored by the Graduate Student Government and the Arthur Lakes Library. RSVP at goo.gl/forms/kdzveFzSVmYlJJQk1 by Feb 13.
Software Carpentry Workshop
January 20-21, 2018, 9AM – 4:30PM, Boettcher Room, Library
Improve your research computing skills and make your data analysis more reproducible and automated. (Registration full. Stay tuned for future sessions.)
Building Up Your Scholarly Identity
Feb 15, 2018, 12 - 1:30PM, Boettcher Room, Library
Learn how to establish your scholarly identity via ORCID profile and how to make the best out of online profile and network for scholars such as Google Scholar Profiles, ResearchGate, and Mendeley etc.
Author Rights and Open Scholarship
March 15, 2018, 12-1:30PM, Boettcher Room, Library
Understand your rights as an academic author, how open access help enhance your research impact, and how to protect your intellectual property while opening up your research.
Collaboration Tools for Managing Research and Publishing Workflow
April 4, 2018, time and location TBD, (part of GRADS conference)
Introduce technology options, including electronic lab notebooks, Open Science Frameworks, reference management tools, Overleaf, open repository and preprint servers etc., and good practices for managing your research and publishing workflow.
(Registration not open yet. Will be a part of GRADS conference)