Please mark your calendars for our upcoming People Network Track calls for the month of May, with Zoom details below. For handy calendar entries, please try the CaRCC Events Calendar.
We’d also like to highlight a number of calls from our RCD Ecosystem partners and collaborators, as these events touch many, if not all, in our community.
Data-Facing Track (first Tuesdays)
Tuesday, June 1st, 1p ET/ 12p CT/ 11a MT/ 10a PT
Open Science Framework Integrations discussion facilitated by Eric Olson, Center for Open Science.
Eric Olson of the Center for Open Science will discuss the Open Science Framework and new integrations with the framework. The OSF is a free, open platform to support your research and enables collaboration, data management and sharing. The goal is to meet researchers where they work. Third party integrations enable researchers to work in other platforms such as Google Drive, Box, or Dropbox, and connect all the project related content under one resource. New integrations for tools such as OneDrive for Business will be released soon.
Please note that the HathiTrust talk has been rescheduled for July.
Researcher-Facing Track (second Thursdays)
We will pause for the month of June for the 2021 Virtual Residency Summer Workshop for Research Computing Facilitation, June 7 – 11. Sessions cover introductory to advanced topics, one need not attend all sessions, and registration is free. We encourage all to attend.
Emerging Centers Track (third Wednesdays)
Wednesday, June 16th, 12pm ET/ 11am CT/ 10am MT/ 9am PT/ 7am HT
Speak above the noise. In the age of over communication via many channels, one common need among research service providers, particularly Research Computing Centers, is reaching their audience and getting the word out that their services exist. At the June EC call, we will have an interactive brainstorming session identifying the best communication channels, best delivery methods (slides, handouts, webinars…) and key items which should be included in communication materials that are used to provide the first communication to faculty, students and administrators to familiarize them with research computing resources available at our institutions. The outcome of this session will provide inputs to the PEARC ’21 Workshop: Refining Your Research Computing Pitch, discussion facilitated by Jane Combs, Rich Knepper
Systems-Facing Track (third Thursdays)
Thursday, June 17th, 11a ET/ 10a CT/ 9a MT/ 8a PT << NOTE TIME CHANGE FOR JUNE!!
Two unique approaches to developing CUI Compliant Systems, discussion facilitated by Carolyn Ellis, Purdue University; and Erik Deumens, University of Florida
Carolyn Ellis from Purdue University and Erik Deumens of the University of Florida will present on their unique approaches to the challenges of supporting controlled unclassified information (CUI) in their respective academic setting.
And please also note these additional community opportunities (in no particular order):
June 7th – 11th: The 2021 Virtual Residency Introductory/Intermediate/Advanced Workshop. We highly recommend this free, excellent, in-person and virtual conference for anyone interesting in RCD facilitation skills. And also as many in the community who attend and participate in researcher-facing calls are presenters and contributors. There’s NO PREREQUISITE other than an interest in helping researchers with their computing-intensive/data-intensive research. Registration is now open.
June 24th, 1p ET / 12p CT / 11a MT / 10a PT, EDUCAUSE RCD June Open Call. For more information on the RCD group and joining this and future calls, please see the Research Computing and Data Community Group web page.
June 22nd, 11a PT/ 12p MT/ 1p CT/ 2p ET (4th Tue each month) & 2nd Wed 8a PT/ 9a MT/ 10a CT/ 11a ET: Office Hours for The Research Computing and Data Capabilities Model. Have questions about how to get started Or are you already working with it and just want to discuss the process, or a particular aspect of the assessment tool? Join us to get help, ask your questions, and share your experiences!
June 10th, 12p: US Research Software Engineers Monthly Community Call. Please see the Get Involved page for more information.
General Track Call Information
Interested members of the People Network need not subscribe to a particular track to participate in calls. Additional details for track members, including notes documents and any pre-call activities, will be distributed ahead of the call via the email lists and other communication channels within each track.
The CaRCC (Campus Research Computing Consortium) People Network, aims “to foster, build and grow an inclusive community (termed the “People Network”) for campus CI, research computing and data professionals.” If you would like to join the People Network, which includes Researcher-facing, Data-facing, Systems-facing, and other tracks, please fill in the form at http://bit.ly/join_carcc_people_network.
All calls will take place within the same Zoom room distributed via email. Please join the People Network (link just above) or contact firstname.lastname@example.org for details.