Webinar Recordings: Introduction to the Open Science Framework and Raising Your Scholarly Digital Profile

The recordings and slides for our two webinars held this month are now available.

Introduction to the Open Science Framework, April 24, 2020

The Open Science Framework (OSF) is a platform for research project management and collaboration. See how to use the OSF for your entire project lifecycle (e.g. discovering research, work with other researchers at other institutions, and share your research and datasets). The OSF is great for Humanities and Social Science researchers! Instructors: Lea Wade, STEM Librarian, and Kevin Gunn, Coordinator of Digital Scholarship

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Developing Your Scholarly Digital Profile, April 8, 2020

Promoting your scholarly presence online can be an arduous task. You’re not alone! With such diverse platforms as Google Scholar, Humanities Commons, Academia.edu, Linkedin, ResearchGate, ORCiD, institutional repositories, and more, the options for online promotion can be daunting. This workshop discusses the best ways to build your scholarly digital profile and the advantages and disadvantages of certain tools and platforms. Instructor: Kevin Gunn, Coordinator of Digital Scholarship

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