DLF E-Research Network 2015

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The Council on Library and Information Resources (CLIR) and the Digital Library Federation (DLF) are pleased to announce a new opportunity in support of e-research and research data management: the 2015 offering of the DLF E-Research Network (formerly E-Research Peer Network and Mentoring Group).

Launched in 2014, the DLF E-Research Network is a budding community of practice focused on sharing resources for implementing research data management services and on developing skills and collaboration. The goal of the network experience is to encourage a self-reliant, mutually supportive community engaged in continuous learning about e-research and research data management support.

Webcast

To hear from past participants and learn more about what your institution can gain from being a part of this growing community of practice, join us for an informational webcast on Wednesday, February 4, 1:00-2:00 pm EST. Register for the webcast at: http://clir.adobeconnect.com/dlfern/event/event_info.html

Registration

Registration for the DLF E-Research Network is $3,000 per institutional team ($2,500 for DLF Members and CLIR Sponsors), with up to three participants. Included are two in-person events, access to customized curricula and a series of regularly scheduled webcasts, and personalized consultations for each participating institution. To register, visit: http://goo.gl/forms/XpAXfU6Ja6 by March 31.

For more information about the DLF E-Research Network please visit: https://www.diglib.org/groups/e-research-network/.

Download an E-Research Network information PDF.

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