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Excitement builds at the Caltech Library as we welcome 30 Data Carpenters this week from Chem, Geo, Bio, GeoBio, Astro, Physics, and Eng. Led by eminent data scientists Tracy Teal and Titus Brown (both Caltech alumni), the sell-out workshop will provide hands on training in Open Science tools for cleaning, organizing, and publishing research data. More information will be posted about the Data Carpentry curriculum and lessons learned this week.
The Caltech Library’s growing services in Research Data Management include assistance with Data Management Plans; referrals to the best data centers and repositories for publishing and archiving research data; advising on the legal status of data and licensing data for reuse; Help with citing and publishing data; and working with funding agencies and publishers to clarify data access and publication requirements.
For assistance with Research Data management, get in touch with your Research Librarians at library at caltech dot edu.
Join the Friends for a matinee screening of Fahrenheit 451 (1966) Starring Julie Christie and Oskar Werner. François Truffaut, Director. Followed by a discussion led by Caltech Professor of English, Cathy Jurca, Ph.D. Professor Jurca’s research focuses on 20th c. literature and film.
Date: Sunday March 11, 2012, 3:00pm
Location: 101 Guggenheim Lab, Lees-Kubota Lecture Hall
Hillary Jordan presents When She Woke, Part 2 of the Friends of the Caltech Libraries Series:
Worlds Gone Wrong: Exploring the Dystopian Novel.
Introduction by Cindy A. Weinstein, Professor of English; Executive Office for the Humanities.
Vroman’s sponsored book signing to follow.
Lecture: Wednesday, November 2, 2011 at 7 p.m. Admission is free.
Location: Lees-Kubota Lecture Hall, Guggenheim Building #101, Caltech.
Ms. Jordan, author of the Pasadena Library’s 2011 “One City, One Story” selection, Mudbound, returns to Caltech to introduce her new novel, When She Woke.