Upcoming Workshops and Events
The ORSSP offers workshops on-demand, and will develop a workshop specific to the learning needs of the department, unit or college. If there is a specific workshop you would like for ORSSP to host, please contact our offices for assistance.
Meet the ORSSP – Friday, September 14th, 1 pm in Solms Hall 207 or repeat session Friday, October 12th, 1 p.m. in Solms Hall 207
An overview of services, working with the Office of Research Services & Sponsored Programs, and a chance to ask the Office of Research Services & Sponsored Programs any questions. Click on the following link: https://georgiasouthern.gosignmeup.com
Meet the Office of Research Integrity – Thursday, Oct. 11th, 1 p.m. Solms Hall 207 or repeat session Friday, Oct. 26th, 1 p.m. in Solms Hall 207
Need to know information about the Institutional Review Board (IRB), the Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee (IACUC), and working with the Office of Research Integrity. Click on the following link: https://georgiasouthern.gosignmeup.com
Sample Workshops offered:
NSF Broader Impacts and Intellectual Merit
This session will discuss the requirements of crafting the broader impacts and intellectual merit statements required of NSF proposals, and will provide examples of those statements.
Grants Basics for Researchers/Basic Grant Information for Graduate Students
The ORSSP provides a wide variety of tools and resources to help Georgia Southern University’s research community find the right funding source for research, creative and other scholarly activities, including assistance to graduate students with finding funding opportunities, proposal review and approvals, and submission of grant proposals to funding agencies.
Working with the Institutional Review Board (IRB)
This presentation will provide the basic mechanics of working with the peer review committees required to conduct research with human subjects, animal subjects or specialized biological agents.
Scholarly Communications and Data Management Workshops
Data Management Planning for Research & Grant Funding
Many funding agencies and publishers now require that research data be made publicly available as a condition of funding or publication. During this session, we will discuss the basics of data management planning, sharing, and archiving, with emphasis on resources and services available to all faculty and students through the University Libraries. This session is especially appropriate for graduate students and early-career faculty.
NSF & NIH Data Management Requirements
Planning on submitting a NSF or NIH grant proposal in the New Year? Depending on your proposal and directorate, either funding agency may require you to include a data management plan. Join us to learn about these requirements and how to best prepare your data management plan for a successful proposal.
Researchers’ Rights as Authors: Know & Protect Your Copyrights
When you publish your research, most publishers will ask you to transfer some or all of your copyrights to them. This isn’t always in your best interest, and there are alternatives. Join us to learn about your copyrights and how to protect them throughout the publication process.
For more information or to register for the library workshops please go to: https://georgiasouthern.libguides.com/c.php?g=833713&p=5953150
Last updated: 8/27/2018