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Telling a Story with Data: How to Locate Data for Your Research

Friday, September 18, 2020 at 12:30pm to 1:30pm

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Now that you have a research topic, how do you find data for your research? This seminar will focus on locating social science data as part of your research process, as well as telling a story using data. We will look at some Cornell datasets and GIS resources, to give you some examples of storytelling using existing data. 

This seminar series is open to Cornell students from all majors, but will be especially useful for social science majors. The recording and further resources will be available on Canvas in the course Managing Research Data: A Guide to Social Science ResearchThis series is presented by Mann Library and Catherwood Library. 

Guest speaker: Keith Jenkins, GIS & Geospatial Applications Librarian

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