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Dalhousie University - Oceanography Life Science Centre

1355 Oxford St

Halifax, Nova Scotia B3H 4R2

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Join SURGE and Dalhousie's Libraries through a series of workshops created to help researchers become more transparent with their research.

Getting Started with Data Management Planning
Come discover how data management planning can help your research group or project, and learn about resources that will help you become a good data steward. Participants will learn how to create a data management plan using the free, online Data Management Plan (DMP) Assistant tool with either their own research project information or a provided case study.

Time & Place: 1:00--2:30pm, Feb.21st, 2020, SURGE

Presenters: Erin MacPherson, MLIS, Research Data Management Librarian and Melissa Rothfus, Scholarly Communications Librarian, Dalhousie University.

Make a name for yourself: Establishing your professional identity and managing author rights
Are you the master of your author identity and your author rights? To make sure that your published work has the most impact on your field and your career, you need to manage both your identity and your rights as an author. This session will untangle the various platforms and options for establishing and maintaining a consistent scholarly identity as well as help you to make informed decisions about your rights to your research outputs.

Time & Place: 11:30--12:30pm, March 6th, 2020, SURGE

Presenters: Melissa Rothfus, Scholarly Communications Librarian and Geoff Brown, Digital Scholarship Librarian, Dalhousie University.

Introduction to Statistical Analysis with jamovi

Learn a new open-access, free statistical software with an intuitive point-and-click interface. Learn how to create beautiful tables and plots with just a few clicks. In this introductory workshop, you will learn how to use jamovi statistical software and how to do a few simple statistical analyses. The workshop will be about 30 minutes of instructional lecture, followed by 60min of hands-on guided practice with the software. Some prior knowledge of introductory statistics is assumed (e.g., 1 undergrad class in statistics or prior work experience), but no experience with jamovi software is necessary. Users should bring a laptop with jamovi software installed to get the most out of this session: https://www.jamovi.org/

Time & Place: 1:00--2:30pm, March 27th, 2020, SURGE

Presenters: Sean Mackinnon, Department of Psychology and Neuroscience, Dalhousie University


Open to all students, staff and faculty from Dalhousie and other institutions. Coffee and snacks will be provided.


Any questions please email: surge@dal.ca

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