This international celebration of all things "Data", is coordinated by the ICPSR. More than 120 events are sponsored by academic libraries and research centres, as well as on social media channels (hashtag #LoveData22). It's purpose is to raise awareness and build a community to engage on topics related to library-based research data services, research data management, sharing, preservation, reuse.
The theme of this year is "Data is for everyone."
We want you to participate! Share your experiences, learn from others, and find out about library data resources
Because *sometimes* we just need to relax!
Choose Your Own (Research Data Management) Adventure! Designed and written by University of Bath and Stellenbosch University
Data Management: The Game (courtesy Margaret Janz, Science & Engineering Librarian, Temple University)
Dilemma Game (Erasmus University Rotterdam Taskforce - Scientific Integrity)
Data Horror (Virtual) Escape Room
Art Made of Data (TED.com video playlist)
The Wind's Invisible Poetry Flows Through These Digital Paintings
How Knitting Enthusiasts Are Using Their Craft to Visualize Climate Change
Read more about the project here.
Critical Distance connects audiences with nature—and each other
Patrick Power Librarians Loves Data Too! @smuhalifax Join librarians Joyce Thomson and Peter Webster online, Friday. February 18th at 2-3pm, to chat about library data services & resources. We'd love to know more about data you love, data you're using, and how we might work together to #LoveData22 ***RSVP here***
Speakers and attendees shared many useful links yesterday, during the Pandora Papers for Data Lovers panel coordinated by Marcela Isuster (Associate Librarian, Coordinator, Digital Scholarship Hub, McGill University)