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Use open data? Mozilla Science Lab wants your opinion!

by Community Manager on ‎02-16-2016 04:53 PM (171 Views)

Use open data in your research or as you learn SAS? Complete this Mozilla Science Lab survey on your experiences by Thursday, March 10 (20-minute commitment, max) and you could get a mention in the Lab's report on open data. You might even get an opportunity to present your research. 



All survey responses will be made public in (with participants’ permission). If funds are available, the Lab may sponsor researchers to attend a workshop on data re-use.  Workshop participants would be invited to present their research and explore data re-use within a wider community. All that could lead to a white paper on needs and best practices for data re-use – and establishing yourself as an open-data expert.



The Mozilla Science Lab, based in Mountain View, CA, works to make research collaborative, accessible, and usable by:


  • Empowering the next generation of leaders through fellowships and mentorship;
  • Facilitating project-based learning around open data and open source;
  • And supporting and advocating for a growing community of researchers working openly.


For more information, email Stephanie Wright or Stephanie Wykstra.

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