We (by which I mostly mean me) here at UTS Library are excited to be taking part in the upcoming 'Making Sense of Data' course, being run by Google from tomorrow. It is free to join and, according to the blurb, is intended for "anyone who wants to learn more about how to structure, visualize, and manipulate data.
At the risk of boring some of you, I thought I'd post a little about the recent library conference that some of us attended: the ALIA Information Online conference held in Brisbane during February 2013. I have to declare that I was on the Program Committee for the conference, so maybe you'll read some bias into my comments here. I'm trying to be objective.
ANDS (Australian National Data Service) and Intersect are running a free workshop on best practices for managing sensitive health data on Wednesday the 26 October from 9:00 am to 12:30 pm.
This seminar will be of interest to:
International Data Week runs from September 11 - 17.
The Library has developed an online data management planning checklist, providing a critical tool for managing your research.