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Summer Internship Courses

2019 dkNET Summer of Data Student Internship Program Courses

Program Duration

                          July 8, 2019 - August 16, 2019


2019 Awardees (Principal Investigators and students)

 Dr. Rohit N. Kulkarni, Joslin Diabetes Center (Student: Natalie Kay Brown) 
 Dr. Ashutosh Agarwal, University of Miami (Student: Raj Kumar)
 Dr. E. Danielle Dean, Vanderbilt University Medical Center (Student: Jade Stanley)
 Dr. Nathan E. Lewis, University of California San Diego (Student: Ben Kellman)
 Dr. Carmella Evans-Molina, Indiana University School of Medicine (Student: Paul Sohn)





Course Syllabus

Welcome to the 2019 dkNET Summer of Data Student Internship Program. The goal of this program is to provide students with an opportunity to utilize the dkNET tools and resources in research projects, to learn the basics of good data management for FAIR (Findable, Accessible, Interoperable, Reusable) data. Students will receive hands-on training on how to use dkNET to find and evaluate research resources, how to use online data and tools to develop hypotheses to enhance their own projects as well as how to learn the best practices in data management for robust and reproducible research.


In the first week of the program, we will have an online orientation with students and their Principal Investigators (PIs) on July 9 ,2019 at 11am - 12pm PDT. We will give a brief introduction of the summer program, the expectations, approaches and and the topics to be covered in the webinars. 


There will be five 1.5-hour online webinar and discussion sessions every Friday at 11:00am -12:30pm PDT from July 12, 2019 to August 9, 2019. Students will learn about dkNET services and tools, including Resource Reports, Discovery Portal, Authentication Reports, Hypothesis Center (Signaling Pathways Project), FAIR data, data management, and other useful tools such as protocols.io. Students will then have a hands-on session to practice and discuss how these tools might be used in their projects. 


A final student project presentation will be held online on August 16, 2019 at 11:00am -12:30pm PDT. Students will present their work and provide feedback on their experience, i.e., what did they find useful and not useful? A final standard report (ca. 2 pages in length) is also due at the end of the program.


Students are required to attend all webinar sessions. All webinar sessions are open to their Principal Investigators and laboratory members.


Questions about the program should be directed to:  Dr. Ko-Wei Lin (koweilin@ucsd.edu)


Dial-in information

  • Orientation (both PIs and students are required to attend): please check your email

  • Webinar and final project presentation (students are required to attend): please check your email


The main software for joining dkNET live meeting is Zoom. If it is your first time using Zoom, please click the dial-in information for orientation and complete the pre-registration. You will be directed to download the Zoom software, and you only have to download the Zoom software once during the program. However, you need to register each course before you join the webinar.


A computer or laptop with an internet connection, speaker, microphone, and a webcam is required for using Zoom (system requirements for PC, Mac, and Linux)


Before first course

Before our first course (Fri. July 12, 2019), please create the following accounts if you don't have one yet:

  1. Create a dkNET account (https://dknet.org/join)

  2. Create an ORCID account (https://orcid.org/register)

  3. Create a protocols.io account (https://www.protocols.io/create)

  4. Create a hypothes.is account (https://hypothes.is/signup)


Course Schedule

Date/Time

Course

Course Lead

Resources

Tuesday, July 9 ,2019

11am-12pm PDT

  • Orientation 

    (*both PIs and students are required to attend)

  • Introduction of dkNET

Dr. Maryann Martone


Friday, July 12, 2019

11am-12:30pm PDT

  • Rigor/Reproducibility and RRIDs

  • dkNET Resource Reports

Dr. Anita Bandrowski

https://dknet.org/

Friday, July 19, 2019

11am-12:30pm PDT

  • Hypothesis Center - Signaling Pathways Project

  • Bioinformatics tools

Dr. Neil McKenna


Friday, July 26, 2019

11am-12:30pm PDT

Protocols.io

Anita Bröllochs

https://www.protocols.io/

Friday, August 2, 2019

11am-12:30pm PDT

FAIR Data, Data Sharing and Open Science

Dr. Maryann Martone


Friday, August 9, 2019

11am-12:30pm PDT

  • Manage data in the laboratory

  • DMP plan

Dr. Jeffrey Grethe


Friday, August 16, 2019

11am-12:30pm PDT

Student project presentation and turn in final report

Dr. Jeffrey Grethe

Dr. Maryann Martone

Dr. Neil McKenna

Dr. Anita Bandrowski

Dr. Ko-Wei Lin


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