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the PARTHENOS cluster of humanities research infrastructure projects has devised this series of training modules and resources for researchers, educators, managers, and policy makers who want to learn more about research infrastructures and the issues and methods around them.
Data Tree is a free online course with all you need to know for research data management, along with ways to engage and share data with business, policymakers, media and the wider public. The course is for any scientist, whether you look after your own data or are guided by an organisation. The course is especially aimed at PhD students and early career researchers but is for anyone who wants to get the right data habits now, including thinking of end-users of your data.
These courses answer some of the most common questions you might have about putting open science into practice. Each course takes about 1-2 hours to work through and you’ll receive a badge upon completion. The courses include practical tips on getting started with OS as well as providing information on discipline specific tools and resources you can use. There is no specified order through the courses – just explore topics that you want to learn more about at your own pace.
The Toolkit expands on the issues outlined in the LERU Roadmap for Research Data (2013). It is nearly 200 pages long, and includes:
23 Best-Practice Case Studies from institutions around the world, drawn from issues in the original LERU Roadmap; 8 Main Sections, on topics such as Policy and Leadership, Open Data, Advocacy and Costs; One Model RDM Policy, produced by the University of Vienna and accompanied by guidance and an overview of 20 RDM policies across Europe; An Executive Briefing in six languages, aimed at senior institutional decision makers.
Developed by experts from Science Europe Member Organisations, this guide aims to align research data management (RDM) requirements across various research organisations.
Love Data Week 2018
Love Data Week 2018 took place between Monday 12th and Friday 16th February 2018. Similar to Open Access Week, the purpose of the Love Data Week event is to raise awareness and build a community to engage on topics related to research data management, sharing, preservation, reuse, and library-based research data services.
During Love Data Week 2018 UCD Library hosted two very successful events. The theme of this year's Love Data Week was Data Stories so UCD Library invited selected academics to come and talk about their use of research data.