You’re invited: Enhance your library’s RDM program by partnering with Dryad

Please join us on February 22 to learn more about how Dryad complements and enhances institutional research data management initiatives. This event is specifically designed for librarians to learn more about how a partnership with Dryad can increase pathways for data publishing, integrate technically with your local resources, and augment your local capacity for data curation. 

This event is hosted by Dryad’s Head of Community Engagement, Sarah Lippincott, and Dr. Karl Benedict, who has worked since 1986 in parallel tracks of information management, geospatial information technology and archaeology. Within the College of University Libraries & Learning Sciences at the University of New Mexico (UNM) he serves as a Professor, as the Director of the Research Data Services (RDS) and Information Technology Services (ITS) programs, and as subject area expert for geospatial data and technologies.

We’ll look forward to seeing you.

We are holding two sessions of this event to accommodate participants in different time zones. Please register below.

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This event is part of our quarterly Open House series, which explores topics of interest to the global research community. Additional information and registration for the following events is coming soon. To make sure you never miss an update, subscribe to our newsletter

  • June 28, 2023 – Dryad for publishers: delivering on your data sharing policy
  • August 30, 2023 – Maximizing data reuse with Dryad’s newest features
  • November 15, 2023 – How open sharing of humanities and social sciences data benefits researchers and research


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