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Webinar – Suddenly…I’m Consulting on Data Management Plans!

The SLA First Five Years Council is happy to announce the launch of the “Suddenly…” webinar series, which aims to provide practical advice to new professionals, or to anyone who is taking on new and unfamiliar roles.

Each “Suddenly…” webinar will outline the most important questions to ask, and the best resources to consult (whether stakeholders, listservs, articles, websites, etc.), in order to hit the ground running on a wide variety of professional activities. You can think of it almost like your own personal research consultation, geared to address the information needs that arise when you’re starting something new. Our presenters will explain what you need to know and how to get it, so that you can quickly orient yourself and take your best, first steps forward.

The first webinar in the “Suddenly…” series is, “Suddenly…I’m Consulting on Data Management Plans!” and will be held on October 8, 2013, from 3-4pm (Eastern time). Our presenter will be Kiyomi Deards, the subject librarian for Chemistry, Biochemistry, and Physics and Astronomy at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. Registration is free, but required: https://www1.gotomeeting.com/register/914551897<http://linktoregister>

Contact SLA First Five Years CouncilĀ  with any questions or suggestions at slafirstfiveyears@gmail.com

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