Gain confidence in your ability to design, develop and review research data management services. Discover how data should be managed in your business. Data transforms the way we live and work, so it’s becomingly increasingly important it’s stored and organised correctly. On this course, you’ll learn how to develop and deliver effective data management services to improve research in your organisation.
You’ll discover common research support services, how to create data management plans, and how to develop your own research data management roadmap.
Learn from experts in the field from the internationally-recognised Digital Curation Centre and Research Data Netherlands and build your confidence in supporting researchers and preserving data.
What topics will you cover?
– What research support services are commonly offered and who is responsible for providing them?
– How to perform your own gap analysis and what tools you will need to make it happen
– How to support researchers to develop Data Management Plans (DMPs) and offer feedback or consultations
– How to provide for short and long term preservation and storage of research data and where possible, use existing community standards
– How to develop your own RDM Roadmap
What will you achieve?
By the end of the course, you’ll be able to…
– Develop confidence among research support professionals in designing, developing and reviewing institutional RDM services
– Identify the complexities of setting up new service(s) through practical tips, helpful use cases, interactive models, (collaborative) exercises and above all through having the opportunity to learn from experts in the field
– Develop and build a community that will collectively support each other in the provision of services to support and encourage researchers in data management and sharing best practice, and through this spur innovation and growth
– Engage with RDNL (NL) and DCC (UK), to provide learners with guidance and training of international remit that can be applied in various contexts, crossing national borders and industries
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