[LTER-students] Fwd: Fw: DataONE Webinar Series: What We Wish We Had Learned in Graduate School

Kristen Weiss weiss at nceas.ucsb.edu
Tue Nov 3 11:24:13 PST 2020

Hi all,

Check out the great opportunity below focused on helping equip grad
students with a solid foundation in good data management. DataOne has a lot
of great resources about how to organize, manage, and store your research


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From: Kristen Weiss <kristencheriweiss at gmail.com>
Date: Tue, Nov 3, 2020 at 11:22 AM
Subject: Fw: DataONE Webinar Series: What We Wish We Had Learned in
Graduate School
To: <weiss at nceas.ucsb.edu>

Upcoming DataOne webinar for grad students.
Upcoming DataONE Webinar: What We Wish We Had Learned in Grad School Can't
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DataONE Webinar Series

*What We Wish We Had Learned in Graduate School:  A data management
training roadmap for graduate students*

*Ellie Davis Pierel*University of South Carolina

*Ben Roberts-Pierel*Oregon State University

*Yuhan Rao*North Carolina State University

*Tuesday November 10th*
*0900 PT / 1000 MT / 1100 CT / 1200 ET*


Data management training for graduate students is a very important but
often undervalued area of graduate school education. Many graduate students
will go on and become professionals who are using, producing, and/or
managing data that have tremendous benefits for both the research community
and society. However, our personal experiences as graduate students show
that data lifecycle and data management training are not part of the core
curriculum in graduate school. As Earth Science Information Partners (ESIP)
Community Fellows, we understand that data management is a critical skill
in earth science and we all wished we had an opportunity to integrate it
from the beginning in our graduate school experience. To the issue of lack
of formal data management training in graduate education, we convened a
working session during the 2020 ESIP Summer Meeting called “What we wish we
had learned in Graduate School?” The session was initially planned as a
working session for early career professionals to share resources and
lessons learned during our own graduate school experiences. The session has
sparked broad interests from the Earth science data community and attracted
participants across different career stages and with different levels of
expertise. The outcome of the session has been summarized as a roadmap that
follows the DataONE Data Lifecycle. This roadmap projects the data
lifecycle into the traditional graduate school timeline and highlights the
benefits and resources of data management training for each component in
the data lifecycle. This roadmap for graduate data management training will
be distributed via ESIP and be continued as part of the ESIP Community
Program in the future to promote data management training for graduate
students in Earth sciences and beyond.

For more information and speaker bios visit:
Register Now
Upcoming Events / Opportunities

*Training: Reproducible Research Techniques for Synthesis*

Registration is still open for our intensive, five-day Reproducible
Research Techniques for Synthesis immersion course. Taught in partnership
with NCEAS, the course will run *November 12-13, 16-18* via zoom.
Learn More <https://www.nceas.ucsb.edu/learning-hub/short-course>

*Community Call: Extending the DataONE formats vocabulary*

Join our monthly community discussions and help promote shared approaches
to research data management leveraging DataONE infrastructure. *Thu Nov 5th
at 1700 UTC.*
Learn More <https://www.dataone.org/community-calls/>

*Best Regards,*
*Amber Budden*
Director of Learning and Outreach, NCEAS
Co-Lead DataONE
aebudden at nceas.ucsb.edu <aebudden at dataone.unm.edu>

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Kristen Weiss, PhD
Communications Coordinator, Network Communications Office
Long-Term Ecological Research Network <https://lternet.edu/>
LTER Science Update

National Center for Ecological Analysis and Synthesis (NCEAS)
University of California, Santa Barbara
Cell: 805-843-2794
weiss at nceas.ucsb.edu
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