Research Data Training Camp at the Libraries: March 23-26

Dates: March 23 - 26, 2020

Collecting research data but not sure how to manage it? Want to learn more about the research computing tools that can help you better manage your research project?


York University Libraries is offering a free research data training camp workshop series for York researchers looking to learn the data management and research computing skills that can help them get more out of their research in less time. By getting hands-on experience with the different tools explored in the series, participants will walk away with a better sense of the data management options available to them through such sessions as: Managing Research Data in the Social Sciences, Managing Research Data in the Health Sciences, Online Privacy and Security Considerations for Researchers, Data Cleaning with Open Refine, Introduction to Analyzing and Visualizing Data with R, Tropy: Managing Your Research Images, Citation Management with Mendeley, and Zotero for Collaborative Research Projects. Workshops will run on different days from March 23rd to March 26th, 2020.


While this training camp has graduate students as its primary audience, due to greater campus interest and demand, we are circulating this invitation to the broader researcher community at York University.


To register for individual sessions, please consult our calendar [1] or visit our website [2].