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Love Data Week 2019

Blommer Science Library and Georgetown University Library invite you to help us celebrate Love Data Week.

Love Data Week starts February 11, 2019. It is a social media-based event that promotes good data practices and builds an engaged community around topics related to research data management, sharing, preservation, and reuse. The 2019 discussion will encourage researchers at all levels to explore how “data in everyday life” are transforming how we move through and experience the world. This year will also emphasize open data and data justice..

Join in the global Love Data Week conversation. Follow the dialogue on Twitter. Participate in activities throughout the week. Share your own compelling stories and lessons learned about working with data with other researchers.

See You Online: Daily Data Valentines from the Library:
GULibrary Facebook
gtownlibrary Instagram
MONDAY: Workshop: Data Cleaning with OpenRefine
TUESDAY: Special Event: The Data Cafe
WEDNESDAY: Interview with the Massive Data Institute 
THURSDAY: Get to know DMPTool 
FRIDAY: Flashback Friday! Love Data Week 2018

For the future: Love Data Week is one of the library's newest annual traditions, and we're still evolving. Email us to let us know what you liked in 2019, what needs improvement, and how you would like to celebrate next year.