The UNC Libraries and the Odum Institute present the 7th in a series of short courses on data management planning and resources. This course will focus on introducing ITS Research Computing services, resources and projects serving the university community. See details below or here: http://www.lib.unc.edu/reference/data_services/researchdatatoolkit/courses.html#current
Services and Resources for Research Computing at UNC-Chapel Hill
Date: Wednesday October 31, 11am – 12pm
Location: 14 Manning Hall (NO registration required for in-class attendance)
OR Online with prior registration:http://www.hsl.unc.edu/services/classes/classregistration.cfm
Presenter: Mark Reed, Director, ITS Research Computing
This session provides a brief introduction to the services, resources and projects Research Computing makes available to the university community. Attendees will hear how they can use these resources and services to better serve their research needs. Some of the topics to be covered include the Virtual Computing Lab, Training Opportunities, Compute Clusters, Software, Mass Storage, TarHeel Linux, and Secure Data Exchange.
The Data Management Short Course series was initiated in November 2010 to examine funders’ data management plan requirements and discuss resources available to assist researchers in preparing plans.