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Join us on March 1st from 10:00 to 11:15 AM in WALC 2051 for our next Open Science workshop this semester. Reid Boehm, Ph.D., Research Data Systems Manager for Libraries and School of Information Studies, will present an “Introduction to the Open Science Framework (OSF): a platform to facilitate open research.” This workshop is an excellent opportunity for researchers to explore and harness the benefits of the OSF, which is a free and open platform created by the Center for Open Science to support researchers of all disciplines in managing, sharing, and collaborating on work at each step of a project. A flexible system, it has many utilities that address different areas of the open research process. The workshop will introduce platform features and functions, potential benefits for your work, and will demonstrate how to get started as a Purdue University affiliate. 


About the Speaker

Reid Boehm, Ph.D., is the Research Data Systems Manager for Libraries and School of Information Studies. She manages the Purdue University Research Repository, provides data management and sharing support for researchers, and connects with collaborators and partners across campus in support of research data needs. Boehm earned a Ph.D. in Information Sciences from the University of Tennessee and did a postdoctoral fellowship at the University of Notre Dame for data and software curation. Her research interests are situated at the intersection of the technical and human infrastructure for research data repositories and the dynamics of building interdisciplinary networks for research support.


Coming Up Next

Mark your calendar for the next workshop on April 1st from 2:00 to 3:30 PM in WALC 3090, featuring Scholarly Publishing Librarian Nina Collins who will discuss Open Access Publishing. Collins will introduce opportunities and pathways for wider dissemination of your scholarship. 


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