Research data is the new currency of the digital age. From sonnets to statistics, and genes to geodata, the amount of material being created and stored is growing exponentially. For research performing organisations, this deluge of data presents many challenges in areas such as policy and skills development, training, costs and governance. To help address […]
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Use this page to find case studies relevant to your role or browse all case studies. Alternatively you can also download a PDF version of the LEARN Toolkit or navigate the Toolkit by keyword. These case studies are particularly relevant for researchers, data users, and data generators. Challenges and Opportunities for Research Data Management in […]
Use this page to find case studies by keyword. Alternatively you can also download a PDF version of the LEARN Toolkit or navigate the Toolkit by audience. Keywords Advocacy | Costs | Data Management Plans | Data Protection | Data Repository | Data Science | Data Sharing | Early Career Researchers | FAIR Principles | […]
LEARN recently hosted a webinar about our new Toolkit of Best Practice for Research Data Management. The speakers were: Wouter Schallier, ECLAC Paolo Budroni, University of Vienna Martin Moyle, UCL The webinar is now available for anyone to view, via the video below. The Toolkit, and other project resources, can be downloaded from our Tools & Resources page.
Next week, LEARN will release the draft version of its free Toolkit of Best Practice for Research Data Management. The Toolkit takes the issues identified in the LERU Roadmap for Research Data (2013) and provides templates and Case Studies on how success in implementation can be achieved. It contains 23 case studies and a Model RDM Policy, making it an invaluable resource for anyone helping their instutition to […]
This glossary has been compiled from the efforts of others and due accreditation to the various sources has been recorded throughout. The terms and definitions selected have been chosen to fit best with the LEARN Project’s own aims, and with its perceived target audience very much in mind. Suggestions for new terms or alternative definitions […]