ResearchDataQ Monthly Data Resources
Every month, the ResearchDataQ editorial board will collect and share info on data-related events, publications, and other resources that may be of interest to the DSS community.
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Upcoming Events and Opportunities:
Library Carpentry Advisory Group Call for New Members – applications are due by 18 January 2021. “The Library Carpentry Advisory Group acts as a key friend to The Carpentries governance and staff and advises on ways to foster greater participation in the Library Carpentry community. The Advisory Group discusses, plans, and pursues strategies for involving new and current members in Library Carpentry. Members of the Group volunteer to serve three year terms, with increasing levels of responsibility and leadership each year.”
Call for Papers: 16th International Digital Curation Conference (19-20 April 2021) – The conference theme is “Data quality and data limitations: working towards equality through data curation”
Call for Proposals: The 16th International Conference on Open Repositories – The conference theme is “Open for All” and the proposal deadline is 25 January 2021.
Researcher Perspectives on Open Data & Open Scholarship – “Join us online Thursday, January 14, 2021 for the 13th Research Data Management Roundtable, sponsored by the ACRL/NEC Research Data Services and Scholarly Communication SIGs. This event will feature a panel of researchers talking about their perspectives on and experiences with open scholarship with an emphasis on sharing data, mentoring students, and open science. The panel will be followed by a roundtable discussion during which attendees can explore their experiences, including opportunities, challenges, and surprises, pleasant or otherwise, engaging with researchers around open scholarship.”
Data & Society Workshop Call for Applications: Trust and Doubt in Public-Sector Data Infrastructures – Deadline to apply is Friday, January 8, 2021. “The event will take place online on Thursday, March 25, 2021, currently scheduled from 10 a.m. ET through 5 p.m. ET (exact timing to be confirmed). Participants will be offered a $150 stipend, contingent upon tax laws and acceptance. Unlike a conference, this workshop focuses on reading and offering interdisciplinary responses to in-progress draft papers. We strongly encourage participation from scholars outside of the United States. That said, we recognize that some constraints may be burdensome to certain participants. This event will be held in English and in the Eastern Standard Timezone.”
The latest issue of The Journal of Interactive Technology & Pedagogy contains an article reporting on the findings of the IMLS-funded “Visualizing the Future” grant and a forum on “Data and Computational Pedagogy:”
Thinking Through Data in the Humanities and in Engineering, Elizabeth Alice Honig, Deb Niemeier, Christian F. Cloke, and Quint Gregory
Data Fail: Teaching Data Literacy with African Diaspora Digital Humanities, Jennifer Mahoney, Roopika Risam, and Hibba Nassereddine
Data Literacy in Media Studies: Strategies for Collaborative Teaching of Critical Data Analysis and Visualization, Andrew Battista, Katherine Boss, and Marybeth McCartin