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Sharing a new online data collaboration tool + informational webinar invitation

  • 1.  Sharing a new online data collaboration tool + informational webinar invitation

    Posted 04-21-2020 12:09

    Hi all,

    I hope this message finds you healthy and safe at home. I'm a Social Psychologist and Program Manager of the The Love Consortium-a global network of researchers on a mission: to advance the scientific study of social connection through greater collaboration. Our hope is to bring together researchers from multiple disciplines to collaborate on research using archived datasets. 

    We've heard so many stories of researchers having to pause their data collection efforts as a result of the novel coronavirus. If you are among that group, I'd encourage you to explore the datasets currently available within our online, openly searchable dataverse to see if one or more might suit your research questions. 

    Alternatively, if you are looking for ways to make a positive impact for other researchers during this time, we'd love it if you would consider contributing a dataset description to the dataverse. It takes less than an hour to create a dataset record in the dataverse and there's no expectation to post data outright-just the willingness to consider collaborating if someone sees your dataset description and reaches out about a relevant research question.

    We are hosting a few webinars this week if you would like to learn more. Please sign up or reach out for more information.

    *Note: Although graduate students are invited to participate in any of the sessions, the time marked with an asterisk below is exclusively reserved for graduate students. We ask faculty to please not register for that time.

    All times in Eastern Daylight Time (GMT-4)

    Wednesday 4/22 8AM (Register) & 2PM (Register)

    Thursday 4/23 1PM* (Register) & 9PM (Register)

    Friday 4/24 10AM (Register) & 12PM (Register)

    Please also feel free to share this information with anyone who might benefit from this resource.

    Wishing you well,


    Laura Kurtz