Welcome to Love Data Week 2024! The Network of the National Library of Medicine is offering events all week to help people engage with data services. Check below for our event listings.
Monday, Feb. 12: Fundamentals of Health Sciences Research Data Management
This NCDS course opens this week, but is available to accepted applicants only. Read more here, and keep an eye out for the next time we offer it!
Tuesday, Feb. 13: 1:00 Central – Artificial Intelligence & Healthcare – An Overview for the Curious
AI is widely utilized in healthcare. This presentation provides a friendly introduction to the topic for librarians, health professionals, and anyone with an interest in the topic. Hosted by Region 1, with guest speaker Kimberley Barker from the University of Virginia.
Tuesday, Feb. 13: 2:00 Central – An Overview of the All of Us Researcher Workbench and the Role of the Library
NNLM All of Us Program Center
The All of Us Researcher Hub houses one of the largest, most diverse, and most broadly accessible datasets ever assembled. Join us as we learn about the participants, explore the data offered, learn how to become a registered user, and discover why this data is of value to your academic libraries and campus communities.
Wednesday, Feb. 14: 1:00 Central – All’s FAIR in Love and…Software?
In this talk, we discuss the importance of biomedical research software, why they should be made reusable, and how this can be achieved by developers and managers of biomedical research software. We particularly cover the FAIR Principles for Research Software (FAIR4RS Principles), which are adaptations of the FAIR Principles tailored specially for making research software reusable. Hosted by Region 5 & NCDS, with guest speaker Bhavesh Patel from the California Medical Innovations Institute.
Thursday, Feb. 15: 11:00 Central – NIH Data Management and Sharing Policy Overview
The NIH Data Management and Sharing Policy requires funded researchers to submit a plan outlining how scientific data from their research will be managed and shared. This session is intended for information professionals who are unfamiliar with this policy and it will review the policy components and how you can prepare to address the policy at your institution. Hosted by NCDS, with presenter Genevieve Milliken from the New York University Health Sciences Library.