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Event Design and Management Workshop

FIRST EVENT DESIGN AND MANAGEMENT WORKSHOP Digital Collections: NOV 12 AND 13, 2018

The need to keep up to date with regard to the development of digital collections and management of digital objects in digital libraries, is present at the Institute of Library Research and Information, so that has produced the workshop.

  "Designing and Managing Digital Collections"

It will be taught by Dr. Krystyna K. Matusiak, Library and Information Science (LIS) Program Morgridge College of Education, at University of Denver.; and will feature simultaneal translation.

 

The objective   It is that participants can develop a digital collection; increase awareness of digital objects and their formats; improve the ability to work in the proper configuration of digital objects and the use of free software Omeka; reviewing aspects of copyright and permissions for use and reuse of source! s digital practice and project management skills.

The benefits of attending this workshop are many, including that provide a panoramic view of the process for developing digital collections and explain the components of a digital library. The workshopwill explore, from the theoretical and practical level , the different approaches to the construction, maintenance and evaluation of digital collections that make up a digital library.

The workshop will work with free software incorporating achieving learning through practice. 

Topics: 
• Design and architecture of digital libraries 
• Formats of digital objects 
• Use, reuse and copyright of digital objects 
• Metadata and users of the digital library

The workshop will work with free software incorporating achieving learning through practice.

More information and registration form at: http://iibi.unam.mx/f/TALLER%20-%20PIEZA%20PROMOCIONAL_17SEP.pdf

 

SECOND EVENT MANAGEMENT WORKSHOP RESEARCH DATA: NOV 13, 2018

Data Management Research (or RDM) is a term describing the organization, storage, conservation and exchange of data collected and used in a research project. The information professional take these responsibilities as most important issue for their daily work. Its constant evolution means being updated in the field, and responding to this need, the Institute Library Research and Information invites you to attend the workshop.


 

"Exploring Research Data Management"

It will be taught by Dr. Andrew Cox, Senior Lecturer at the Information School, University of Sheffield, United Kingdom. Further, will feature simultaneal translation.

 

The Objective: It is to present the role that information plays professional to provide support, assistance and support research through research data management.

The benefits of attending this workshop are part of the correct understanding of the daily implications in the management of research data over the lifetime of a research project; and how these data are stored and shared after completing the project.

Topics:

  • Strategic factors and challenges for Research Data Management.
  • Understand local needs.
  • Development of data services research.
  • Advice

More information and registration form at: 

http://iibi.unam.mx/f/TALLER_2_PIEZA_PROMOCIONAL.pdf


THIRD EVENT, CONGRESS II Information Studies: MANAGEMENT! DATA: NOV 14 AND 15, 2018

In Information Studies converge various interdisciplinary perspectives, so the need to revisit approaches derived from areas such as computational sciences and humanities becomes imperative! Currently the social, economic and scientific significance of the information expressed as data, requires rely on careful reflection on the competence of Information Studies.  

II CONGRESS OF STUDIES INFORMATION: DATA MANAGEMENT

The goal: To promote actions aimed at contributing to interdisciplinary discussion on data management from the theoretical field of studies INFORM! ation.
Benefits: Understanding the challenges and directions that have the management of data used and resulting from a research project; achieve a practical update data mining; text mining; big data; linked data; security integration, management and sharing of data.
Topics:
  • Big data
  • Text Mining 
  • Data mining 
  • Scientific data open 
  • Linked Data 
  • Topics related to data management
More information and registration: http://iibi.unam.mx/cei2018/index.php

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