It’s 2015 – do you know where your data are kept? Do you have publications you’ve been meaning to share in post-print or pre-print form? Need help understanding what IS a pre-print or a post-print? Or, perhaps more important, determining what’s OK to put in ScholarSphere?
Want a walk-through of the service and get your questions answered about what it can do for you? Have ideas for the service you’d like to share?
The ScholarSphere Service Team has organized a few drop-in hours for anyone to come by and get advice and help on using ScholarSphere, or to talk with us about what you’re interested in seeing in the service in the future. We’ll be available in various instruction rooms on the following dates/times:
- Wednesday, Jan. 28: 1-3 PM, Paterno Instruction Room 403
- Monday, Feb. 2: 11 AM – 1 PM, Knowledge Commons 140 (Mac Lab)
- Tuesday, Feb. 3: 11 AM – 12:30 PM, Paterno Instruction Room 302
ScholarSphere overview sessions will be conducted for the campuses via Adobe Connect. Those will be organized for the latter half of February and early part of March – stay tuned!
If you’re needing a refresher on ScholarSphere, which has gone through several releases since 1.0 in September 2012, then these are the sessions for you. The start of a new year is also a great time to get serious about keeping track of your data sets and other research, with experts in the room to help and get you launched on a new habit!