Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 36, No. 390.
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Date: 2023-02-09 16:29:17+00:00
From: Thea Lindquist <thea.lindquist@Colorado.EDU>
Subject: Virtual talk: Sarah Lamdan, For Love or Money? What Researchers Should Know about Academic Data Cartels (Wed 2/15)
The University of Colorado Boulder is excited to welcome Sarah Lamdan from CUNY
School of Law for a virtual talk on how data cartels collect and commodify
researchers' academic data: "For Love or Money? What Researchers Should Know
about Academic Data Cartels." The talk will take place on Wednesday 2/15 at 2pm
MT (1pm PT/4pm ET/9pm UK/10pm CET). All are welcome! You can register here:
Research metrics data can influence decisions ranging from academic hiring and
retention to allocating grant funding. For those who are interested in learning
more, see "The Quiet Invasion of Big Information"
We hope to see you there! Please feel free to share this message with anyone you
think might be interested.
Thea Lindquist (she/her) | Professor and Executive Director, Center for Research
Data and Digital Scholarship<https://www.colorado.edu/crdds/> | University of
Colorado Boulder | ORCID iD
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