Registration is open, and continues until April, for the 2016 eResearch Network; the cohort is already shaping up to include a terrific variety of institutions.

2016 Cohort (so far!):

We know the breadth and depth of experience from these participating institutions will enrich the community of practice for all involved. Ready to register? You can do so HERE.

What’s new in 2016?

First, we’ve radically lowering tuition costs for DLF member institutions who wish to participate in the eRN. (Costs for an institutional team of three will total $1000 for DLF members and $3000 for non-member institutions. See our registration form for more details.) Next, we want to ensure that participation is easier and less expensive, by making the in-person meet-ups that bookend the program entirely optional. (They’ll still be fun, casual, and great networking opportunities, but we can do eRN business virtually!) Finally, by popular demand, we’ll be upping the humanities data curation content of the program.

2016 eResearch Network Faculty

We are pleased to announce the faculty for the eResearch Network 2016 cohort: Jason Clark (lead faculty, returning) and Sara Mannheimer. Both are based at Montana State University (which was itself a member of the 2014 cohort), where Clark is Head of Library Informatics and Computing, and Mannheimer is the Data Management Librarian. Jason and Sara will coordinate readings and activities, and bring in an exciting group of guest speakers for 2016.

Jason Clark
Jason Clark, MLIS (lead faculty member)
Head of Library Informatics and Computing, Montana State University
@jaclark | jasonclark.info

Sara Mannheimer
Sara Mannheimer, MSIS
Data Management Librarian, Montana State University
@saramannheimer | saramannheimer.com


For more information on the eResearch Network, go here. To register a team from your institution for the 2016 cohort, go here.