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Research Data Management: Support & Training

Bringing together University resources and services to facilitate researchers in the production of high quality data.

Library Webinars

Build Your Research Skills @ UCD Library

This semester, UCD Library Research Services is running in-person presentations and workshops on a range of practical topics to help support your research. Click on the image above for the full list of events available to book.

UCD Library Research Toolkit for Graduate and PhD Students

In addition to Build Your Research Skills an online 6-week lunchtime seminar programme UCD Library Research Toolkit will cover topics including Finding and Using Information, Academic Digital Identity + Social Media, Open Scholarship, Data Management Planning, an Introduction to GIS, and an Introduction to Searching for Systematic Reviews

Click on the image above to book & attend any of these Library events

Help@UCD: One-to-one Support

Presentations

Here you can find the slides of some of our presentations:

External Training Resources: Discipline Specific

Social Sciences:

 

Humanitites:

 

Archaeology:

External Training Resources: General Researcher Focused Materials

Postgraduates, PhD students and early career researchers:

 

General:

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.