Getting Started with the KiltHub Repository Online
Want to make your research data or other scholarly outputs open access? Need to get a DOI for a dataset or working paper? Want to share your conference presentation slide deck so that you can track attention and citations? This workshop will introduce you to KiltHub, the institutional repository and research collaboration platform for CMU faculty, staff, and students. Learn how to make your research data and scholarly outputs openly available in a global, citable, trackable way.
Related LibGuide: KiltHub Repository by Katie Behrman
- Monday, October 25, 2021
- 10:00am - 11:00am
- Time Zone:
- Eastern Time - US & Canada (change)
- Virtual Workshop
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Hannah Gunderman (any pronouns) is the Data, Gaming, and Popular Culture Librarian at Carnegie Mellon University Libraries, providing data and data management support and education for students, staff, and faculty in all areas of study, from fine arts to STEM, with a particular affinity for data used in gaming and popular culture research.
David Scherer (he/him) is the Scholarly Communications and Research Curation Consultant with the University Libraries at Carnegie Mellon University. In his role, he develops and oversees the sustainable programmatic scholarly communication and research curation solutions, services, and workflows, which support the scholarly communication ecosystem at CMU. David brings expertise and knowledge in the areas of copyright, open access, rights management, author identity management, publishing practices, and research communications. David is the primary point of contact for the CMU APC Fund, Co-Founder of the CMU Library Publishing Service and serves as the Operational Lead for the CMU Elements Research Information Management (RIM) Initiative.