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Call for Participation in Research for SFU Graduate Students

July 30, 2013
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SFU graduate students are wanted for participation in a research study on data management.

See the following call for participation in research from RMIT University graduate student, Kathryn Lindsay, and staff members at SFU Library:

You are invited to take 20-30 minutes to fill out an online questionnaire on how you manage your research data and your interest in possible data management support services.

Taking part in this study may help you to think about how you will manage your research data. The Simon Fraser University Library plans to use the results to explore the possibility of developing research data management services for graduate research students.

See here for information on the current study and to access the questionnaire.

The online questionnaire will be open from July 30 until August 23 2013.

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