LIS Education and Data Science-for-the National Digital Platform (LEADS-4-NDP) will provide stipends for 18 library and information science doctoral students across the country who will complete an online preparatory curriculum, an intensive three-day data science boot camp at Drexel University, and a ten-week immersive data science research experience. Read more from Drexel CCI.
Graduate Research Assistant Chloe Rotman will attend the Trans-Atlantic Symposium on Public Private Partnerships for Big Data Research and Innovation and Workforce Development in Versailles, France on Monday, November 20th.
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Jane Greenberg will be presenting her keynote, “Sharing Restricted Data: Challenges, Protocols and Implications for Digital Libraries” tomorrow, November 14th, at the joint 8th A-LIEP Conference/19th ICADL Conference,in Thailand.
Her presentation will examine the challenges associated with sharing restricted data between industry and academia, and consider the role of digital libraries in addressing current obstacles. She will highlight the work being pursed through “A Licensing Model and Ecosystem for Data Sharing” initiative, the NSF Northeast Big Data Innovation Hub (NEHDIH) Spoke data sharing initiative.
Jane Greenberg is presenting her talk, “A Licensing Model and Ecosystem for Data Sharing,” at the Board on Research Data and Information (BRDI) Symposium on November 1st, at the National Academy of Sciences, in Washington D.C.
Jane will present about current and future progress on NSF’s Northeast Big Data Innovation Hub data sharing project, A Licensing Model and Ecosystem for Data Sharing.