Unlock the Power of Reasearch Resources at Temple’s Health Sciences Campus

Guest post by Will Dean Research and Data Services Librarian 

Research Resources Day is coming to the Health Sciences Campus on Wednesday, April 17th, 2024, from 1 pm to 3 pm, in the lobby of the Medical Education and Research Building (3500 N. Broad St.). The Office of the Vice President for Research (OVPR), Temple Libraries, and Temple ITS are hosting this in-person event for all faculty, staff,  and grants administrators who work on and conduct research at Temple. For questions about Research Resources Day, please contact researchresources@temple.edu.

The event will start with remarks from Vice President for Research Josh Gladden, Dean of Libraries Joe Lucia, and Vice President for IT Larry Brandolph. 

Meet and learn from staff from all three research services departments: 

  • OVPR resources: Pivot, SciENcv, Grants Administration, Research Compliance, Innovation Nest, ERA 
  • Library resources: Research data management, planning and sharing, LabArchives, ORCID (Sign up for an ORCID and enter to win a prize package), TUScholarShare, GIS & mapping, publishing support, qualitative data support, evidence synthesis & systematic reviews service  
  • ITS resources: Overview of Teams, how to get started, storing data, HIPAA compliance, sharing with external entities 

Light refreshments will be provided. Register here.

Spotlight on Library Resources 

These resources are offered all year long and if you have specific questions, you can get in touch with subject librarians using this form.

Research Data Management – Our Research Data Services team can help you with you RDM-related questions and needs. 

Data Management Planning – Learn about Data Mangement Plans and the DMPTool. 

Data Sharing – Share your data with one of the Temple Libraries-supported data repositories, including our institutional repository, TUScholarShare

LabArchives and OSF – Organize and track your research project with these free electronic lab notebook and project managment platforms. 

ORCID – Get credit for your work, connect your publications and datasets, and more with a free ORCID. 

GIS & mapping – Get help with mapping and GIS data and tools from our specialist and liaison librarians. 

Publishing support – Find help with publishing your scholarly work, including finding journals, citation managers, poster printing, and more. 

Qualitative data support – Our qualitative data service can help you with collecting, finding, and sharing qualitative data. 

Evidence synthesis & systematic reviews service – Our librarians can help you learn about reviews, refine your searches, and design and carry out searches for those seeking to publish their reviews.