Here is a list of grant writing workshops the UGA Libraries are offering UGA researchers.
Writing Data Management Plans for NSF Grantees
Tuesday, 9/20 10-11 AM, Science Library Room 382
(Mariann Burright and Diana Hartle)
An overview of the NSF Policy on data sharing begun in January 2011. We will discuss the required elements in, and few examples of a data management plan (DMP). We will also highlight a number of data repositories by field of study.
Basic Grant Funding Resources
Thursday, 9/22 3-4 PM, Science Library Room 382
This workshop is an introduction to finding and utilizing funding resources at UGA. It will also include basic techniques to identify possible collaborators both locally and nationally as well as other ways to identify possible research revenue sources.
Copyright Basics for the Researcher
Friday, 9/23 10-11 AM, Science Library Room 382
An introduction to copyright for busy researchers! Learn about your publication rights, how to use the works of others in your research and teaching within fair use guidelines, and make your research more visible after publication.
Contact Mariann Burright (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Ian Thomas (email@example.com) with questions.