With the collaboration of the LEARN team at the University of Vienna, the first mini-workshop took place on April 20th and covered basic Research Data Management concepts and issues. You can now watch the video recording from the session.
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The second mini-workshop was held on June 20th, under the title “The road to Research Data Management: The Experience of Peru and the National Repository ALICIA” presented by Walter Curioso, from the National Council of Science, Technology and Technological Innovation (CONCYTEC) of Peru. The online event lasted about 1 hour and was attended by representatives of 13 […]
One of the goals of creating a LEARN community in Latin America and the Caribbean, is to provide a place in which people and organisations are able to share their knowledge, experiences and find avenues of collaboration for the development of RDM. To further this aim, we have now planned a series of mini-workshops on common […]
The 5th LEARN workshop on Research Data Management, “Shaping and aligning research data management policies”, was the last of five international workshops within the EU-funded project, LEARN (Leaders Activating Research Networks). It took place at the University of Barcelona on 26 January 2017. The morning session was devoted to lectures by keynote speakers, followed by breakout […]
The LEARN project’s third workshop entitled “Make research data management policies work” was held on 28 June 2016 at the Helsinki Congress Paasitorni . It was organised by LIBER together with the other LEARN partners (University College London, University of Vienna, University of Barcelona, and the United Nations Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean). A total of 65 registered delegates attended the day, […]
On Wednesday 18th May 2016 Matt Mahon (UCL Library Services) attended the Jisc Research Data Network meeting at the University of Cardiff. This is his report from this event. “The day was organised in order to allow colleagues working on research data management across different UK higher education institutions to share their experiences of setting up various aspects of Research Data Management (RDM) services. In […]
The first week of April saw Amsterdam host the two-day Open Science Conference which was devoted to establishing an action plan to foster and promote open science. On the first day there were several panels introducing the current situation and the problems and challenges faced by this topic. The second day was focussed on action and this was where LIBER played an outstanding role by […]