October library events roundup

October 4: Depositing Research Data in U of T Dataverse

Are you interested in sharing your data with other researchers? Has a journal or funder asked you to share your data? Would you like to house your research team’s data in one place? In this session, participants will learn how to organize and publish research data in the University of Toronto Dataverse, U of T’s institutional data repository hosted by Borealis. Through a live demo, participants will learn how to organize research data for deposit, upload and publish a dataset, and add appropriate metadata in the data repository. Registration is required.
October 4, 10 am-12 pm

October 4: Advanced Searching for Literature Reviews

Whether you’re conducting a lit review as part of a major research paper, thesis, or dissertation, gathering the relevant scholarly literature surrounding your topic can be challenging. The Advanced Searching for Literature Reviews workshop will introduce you to search strategies and techniques you can use to get started on a new literature review or improve one you already have underway. Registration required.
October 4, 2:30 pm-4 pm

Introduction to Research Data Management (Multiple dates)

Managing research data is a key component of any research project, and – when done right – can save you time and effort. In this session, participants will learn about current requirements and best practices for managing research data at all stages of a research project.

Register for the session on:

October 11, 10 am-12 pm.

October 17, 1 pm-3 pm.

October 11: Introduction to Searching for Grey Literature

Through demonstrations and hands-on exercises, you will leave this introductory workshop able to:

  • Identify major types of grey literature and know where to look for them.
  • Explain why grey literature can be an invaluable information source.
  • Search for and critically evaluate grey literature sources.

October 11, 2:30 pm – 4 pm. Registration required.

Many more U of T Libraries events available to register for on Libcal.

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