Resources for the Academic Community during Yale’s Closure
ISPS continues to support research in several ways, including pre-publication reproducibility review and results verification via the ISPS Data Archive. Please see https://isps.yale.edu/research 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: https://poorvucenter.yale.edu/academic-continuity.
- The StatLab continues to hold drop-in consultation hours and workshops via Zoom. Check the calendar for updates. Please contact email@example.com with any questions.
- Yale’s Government and Data Librarians continue to hold virtual drop-in hours on Fridays , 1 to 5 pm, via Zoom (https://yalelibrary.zoom.us/j/397312011; 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.