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Leveraging Advanced Digital Research Infrastructure to Support Research Data Management (RDM Series #4) Online

Part of the CAUL-CBUA 2021 Research Data Management Series.
Brought to you by the CAUL-CBUA Digital Preservation and Stewardship Committee in partnership with Acenet and NDRIO-Portage
Session Description:

The national digital research infrastructure (freely accessible for researchers at Canadian academic institutions, through regional consortia such as ACENET) has the power to transform research projects by allowing growth in scope, complexity, collaboration opportunities, community engagement, accessibility, and longevity. It can also be invaluable in navigating some of the challenges related to implementing best practices in research data management. Discover how you can connect with ACENET and leverage advanced technology to support data management in your research.

Presenter Bio:

Lydia Vermeyden, ACENET Research Consultant Specializing in Humanities and Social Sciences Lydia joined ACENET in 2020. Her experience spans several research fields and organizations where she has led or collaborated in applying advanced technology, including experimental quantum physics, nursing, psychology and public health. Her varied projects include optimizing entangled photon sources, integrating e-technology with mental health screening, and developing mental health e-interventions. Prior to joining ACENET, she had been studying experiences and opinions around health and safety and the effects of employment legislation on family farms in Alberta. She was responsible in several of her previous positions for the training of new students and staff in advanced digital tools, often working with learners who had minimal exposure to advanced technology.

Thursday, November 18, 2021
1:00pm - 2:00pm
Time Zone:
Atlantic Time (change)
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