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RDM Basics - What you need to know (RDM Series #1) 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:

This session will look at what Research Data Management entails, why it is important to plan how to manage your data, and what the Canadian RDM landscape looks like right now. We will look at best practices for RDM, some national resources available to all researchers, and how to find more help for your RDM needs.

By the end of this session, participants will:
  • What is RDM
  • Why is it important
  • Federal landscape
    • Statement
    • Draft and consultations
    • Policy
  • RDM basics, more specifically:
    • DMPs
    • Best practices
    • Data Repositories
  • Portage
    • What it is
    • Network of experts
    • Resources – training guides, DMP assistant
Presenter Bio:

Alison Farrell is a Research Data Management and Public Services Librarian at the Health Sciences Library at Memorial University. Alison plays an active role in furthering RDM services and supports at Memorial. In addition, Alison is leading the development of Memorial’s RDM institutional strategy and sits on a number of national committees in different areas of RDM.

Thursday, October 7, 2021
1:00pm - 2:00pm
Time Zone:
Atlantic Time (change)
This is an online event. Event URL will be sent via registration email.
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