Although research data management is a relatively new field, it is evolving quickly which is creating uncertainty and placing increasing demands on institutions and researchers. Within this challenging context, Queen’s University Belfast (QUB) ha…
Diana suggested that we catch up with participants from our Institutional Engagement programme and start a new feature in our monthly newsletter to profile the work they’ve been doing on RDM.
Stephen Grace from the University of East London has written guest blog posts for us before and presented on their work at the DCC roadshows. Here he describes what they’ve been doing since we finished our institutional engagement with UEL.
Towards a symbiotic relationship between Academic Libraries & Disciplinary Data Repositories: A Dryad & University of Michigan Case Study – Jennifer Greenread more
The workshops at IDCC began yesterday, and we were out in force in the joint DMPTool and DMPonline event.read more
The latest update on the Jisc Research Data Registry and Discovery Service pilot. Veerle Van Den Eynden, Producer Relations and Research Data Manager at UK Data Archive (UKDA), is responsible for data centre liaison in our pilot project.
We’ve made some major changes to DMPonline this year in light of user feedback:read more
Records managers and compliance officers in UK Higher Education Institution should already be aware of changes to how the law on Freedom of Information deals with datasets. They affect universities as ‘public authorities’, but are they relevant to implementation of Research Data Management? The short answer is ‘yes’, even although one might be forgiven for thinking the new provisions don’t change much.
ADBU, the association of French academic library directors, held a study day on research data management (RDM) as part of their 43rd Annual Congress on 19 September 2013 in Le Havre. A DCC colleague and I were invited to speak about recent developments…