The Scholarly Commons is excited to announce our participation in Love Your Data Week 2017. Taking place from February 13-17th, Love Your Data is an annual event that aims to “build a community to engage on topics related to research data management, sharing, preservation, reuse, and library-based research data services.” The 2017 theme is data quality.
Love Your Data Week takes place online, and you’ll find us posting content both on this blog (look out for our post on February 16th) and at our Twitter, @ScholCommons. We’ll be posting new content for each day of Love Your Data Week, so stay tuned! You can follow the wider conversation by looking at the hashtags #LYD17 and #loveyourdata on Twitter and elsewhere. You can also check out the University of Illinois Research Data Service’s Twitter @ILresearchdata for their Love Your Data Week content!
Each day of Love Your Data Week has a different theme. This year the themes are as follows:
- Monday: Defining Data Quality
- Tuesday: Documenting, Describing, Defining
- Wednesday: Good Data Examples
- Thursday: Finding the Right Data
- Friday: Rescuing Unloved Data
Got something to say about data? Or just want to be a part of the action? Tweet @scholcommons or comment on this article!