Resources for the Academic Community during Yale’s Closure

Blog contributor 
March 26, 2020

ISPS continues to support research in several ways, including pre-publication reproducibility review and results verification via the ISPS Data Archive. Please see for more information, or contact Limor Peer with any questions.

Yale’s vast resources are mobilized to help support academic continuity. Of particular interest to the ISPS community,

  •  The Poorvu Center is supporting teaching and learning during this time:
  •  The StatLab continues to hold drop-in consultation hours and workshops via Zoom. Check the calendar for updates. Please contact with any questions.
  •  Yale’s Government and Data Librarians continue to hold virtual drop-in hours on Fridays , 1 to 5 pm, via Zoom (; Meeting ID: 397 312 011). Get help with framing your research question; identifying and maximizing use of Yale’s collections and web resources; finding and/or using data sources; navigating international, national, state and local government information; guidance on search strategies for annotated bibliographies; proper citation of resources; successful use of citation managers; reference to other campus resources and beyond. Other resources are available via the Research Data Support Services group. Please contact Kenya Flash with any questions.
  • Training in research-related skills continues online; check out the Yale University Library calendar and the Yale’s Center for Research Computing calendar