DTU in Copenhagen hosts a fantastic data scientist training for librarians.
All you need to know about and understand how a researcher works with their data; cool words are involved like data-scrapin’, data wranglin’ and more. Register here and get data-savvy yourself.
Data Scientist Training for Librarians (DST4L) is an experimental course, started at the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics John G. Wolbach Library and the Harvard Library to train librarians to respond to the growing data needs of their communities. Data science techniques are becoming increasingly important to all fields of scholarship. In this hands-on course, librarians learn the latest tools for extracting, wrangling, storing, analyzing, and visualizing data. By experiencing the research data lifecycle themselves, librarians develop the data savvy skills that can help transform the services they offer. Read more about the program here.
Thanks to Foster Open Science, the DTU Library and our contributors, DST4L is coming to Copenhagen. The course is free and open to beginners. Registration opens on June 3rd and closes on June 10th. Space is limited and acceptance will be based on the strength of your application. The course runs from September 9th to the 11th