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On August 29, NNLM PSR hosted Highlights from the FORCE11 Scholarly Communications (SC) Institute for the Midday at the Oasis monthly webinar. The session presented highlights from six participants who attended the FORCE11 training course at the University of California, San Diego, on July 30 to August 3, 2018. Featured speakers included Andrea Lynch, Anneliese Taylor, Mary… Read More »
Registration is available for the FORCE2018 (The Future of Research Communications and e-Scholarship) conference, a different kind of meeting where stakeholders come to the table for a discussion on an open future for scholarly communications and changing the ways scholarly and scientific information is communicated, shared and used. It looks beyond publication, to the needs… Read More »
The National Network of Libraries of Medicine recently released a new portal to help librarians, library students, information professionals, and other interested individuals learn about managing, storing, and sharing biomedical data. The portal, called NNLM RD3: Resources for Data-Driven Discovery, has a number of valuable features for learning about data science, including: Subject Primers: Find information and… Read More »
Data Visualization is an increasingly important research area due to its wide range of applications in many disciplines. Visualizations provide a visual overview in order to explore, analyze, and present something often difficult to understand. In the field of data science, librarians have emerged to help address this challenge. In this Special Issue of the… Read More »
With the arrival of Patricia Flatley Brennan, R.N., Ph.D., as the new Director of the National Library of Medicine, the NNLM is thrilled to see her excitement, enthusiasm, and emphasis on the importance data plays and will play in biomedical discovery and delivery of healthcare. This means that if your library is supporting data-related research anywhere along the research… Read More »