Category Archives: Blog posts

1st LEARN Workshop: London (January 29th 2016)

29 January 2016 saw the first LEARN Workshop take place in Chancellor’s Hall, Senate House, London. LEARN is an EU-funded project, led by UCL Library Services, on the topic of research data management. 83 registered delegates attended the day from the UK, the continent of Europe and Santiago in Chile. Attenders were librarians and IT staff, researchers, research funders, and research organisations. The LEARN project partners […]

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Research Data Management in Latin America and the Caribbean: an overview

(This post is also available in Spanish / Este post también está disponible en castellano: Panorama de la Gestión de Datos de Investigación en América Latina y el Caribe)  The United Nations Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean, ECLAC, is one of the LEARN Project partners. Working in this project has allowed us to see how people and institutions in our diverse region are taking significant […]

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First release of the documents regarding the development of RDM Policies

The Library of the University of Vienna (UNIVIE) leads the LEARN project work package concerning the development and alignment of Research Data Management (RMD) Policies. Our team, in collaboration with the LEARN Partners, develops a model for policies for RDM. These policies can be tailored by universities and research institutions according to their individual needs. After collecting and analysing the required information and structuring the […]

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Libraries & Research Data: Towards a new leadership role

I am Gema Bueno, a new team member at LIBER, one of the partners of the LEARN project. I will coordinate the LEARN communication and dissemination activities, like this brand new blog we are launching today. In this first post, I would like to draw your attention to the role of libraries in research data management, which goes beyond the provision of collections and digital […]

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