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How To Select a Repository for Your Data

Thursday, February 15 | 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Virtual Event

As more funders and publishers are now mandating data sharing in repositories, the process of identifying the appropriate repository for your specific data types can feel overwhelming.

Join Sarah Swanz from University Libraries and Seonyoung Kimfrom Becker Medical Library for an informative session on choosing a repository for your data types and how to properly prepare your data and associated documents for submission into data repositories.

They will lead a comprehensive review of essential characteristics for a data repository to meet funder or publisher requirements and discuss key considerations for selecting one. Gain insights into different repository types—domain-specific, institutional, and generalist and how to choose the most suitable repository for your data. Learn step-by-step how to deposit your data into WashU's institutional repositories, WURD and Digital Commons Data@Becker. Join us to acquire the necessary guidance for successfully navigating this process.

Free and open to all, registration required for Zoom link.

Event Type

Lectures & Presentations

Topic

Science & Technology, Humanities & Society, Medicine & Health

Tags

love data week

Website

https://becker.wustl.edu/civicrm/?pag...

Department
Bernard Becker Medical Library, Institute for Informatics, Data Science and Biostatistics, University Libraries
Event Contact

Seonyoung Kim, seonyoung.kim@wustl.edu

Speaker Information

Seonyoung Kim, PhD
Senior Support Scientist, Data Management and Sharing
Bernard Becker Medical Library

Sarah Swanz
Humanities Data Curator/Data Services Librarian
University Libraries

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