Digital Scholar Initiative - University of Southern California

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Digital Scholar Initiative - University of Southern California

This workshop series, which is designed for faculty, clinician-scientists, post-doctoral scholars, and PhD students, will provide researchers with the knowledge they need to take advantage of these untapped opportunities.

Participants will get an overview of various digital scholarship approaches and receive hands-on training, allowing them to apply the new knowledge to advance their specific research and career goals. The training will have a special focus on clinical and translational health sciences.

“There has never been a better moment for researchers to use the World Wide Web as a unique resource to secure funding, expand their teams through networking, increase the reach and impact of their research, and inform their work through digital data in new ways,” said Katja Reuter, PhD, director of Digital Strategy and the eHome program at the Southern California Clinical and Translational Science Institute (SC CTSI).

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