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IU Libraries offers new data services

  • A graphic with text over a colorful background that reads Introducing IU DataCORE and also shows the IU Libraries graphic and Open Access week graphic.
    Michelle Crowe

DataCORE is a pilot project repository offered by IU Libraries that provides access and preservation services for digital research data that were developed or used in support of research activities at IU.

Join IU Libraries on Oct. 20 for a virtual Brown Bag Lunch series with DataCORE developers Jim Halliday and Brian Keese, as well as data services librarian Ethan Fridmanski, to learn more about how IU Libraries’ developed DataCORE to advance science at IU.

View a demonstration of DataCORE for all IU researchers and get to know your data services librarian. Open to all researchers at all campuses, but of particular interest to faculty and graduate students involved in research studies.

The DataCORE event is part of the Digital Library Brown Bag Series as well as IU Libraries’ Open Access Week celebration. Join via Zoom from noon to 1 p.m. Oct. 20. Anyone may view; you do not need to be an IU affiliate.