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Wednesday, February 29, 2012

Generating e-Scientists

"In partnership with librarians at the University of Minnesota, the
University of Oregon, and Cornell University, the Purdue University
Libraries received nearly $250,000 from the Institute of Museum and Library
Services to develop training programs for the next generation of
scientists, to enable them to find, organize, use, and share data
efficiently and effectively.

The program is intended for graduate students in engineering and science
disciplines who are working their way toward careers as research scientists.

More information on the data information literacy project is available at "
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