Category Archives: Outputs


LEARN project disseminates through several communication channels, including formal publications as the following: Ayris, P. (2016). Supporting the uptake of Research Data Management (RDM): Introducing the LEARN Project, DLib Magazine, July/August 2016, vol. 22, n. 7/8.  Available at: Dora Traub, I.; Sánchez Solis, B. and Paolo Budroni (2016). Forschungsdaten und zeitgemäße Aufarbeitung durch Policies – 2. internationaler LEARN […]

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Below are links to the public Project Deliverables. Id Document D.5.1 Project Management Manual D.1.1 Workshops (1) D.1.2 Workshops (2) D.1.3 Workshops (3) D.1.4 Workshops (4) D.1.5 Workshops (5) D.1.6 Best Practice and Case Studies document in Toolkit D.2.2 Executive briefing D.3.1 Model RDM policy* *This has been incorporated in D1.6 D.5.2 Gender Workforce Statistics […]

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LEARN, Policies and Data Management Plans

LEARN Partner University of Vienna has started to analyse existing Research Data Management (RDM) policies at selected Universities and research institutions, identifying Data Management Plans (DMP) as core instruments of RDM policies. Data Management Plans (DMP) encompass the entire lifecycle of data, including generation, storage, and management of data after project completion. For researchers, DMPs provide an aid to foster thinking, right from the beginning, […]

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RDM Readiness survey

We invite any research institution to take our survey on institutional readiness for research and data management.  The survey is available online ( and as a PDF document with the answers coloured in green, yellow, and red, depending on the level of readiness. This survey is also available in Spanish. Check the page about the Spanish version of the survey at […]

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Project materials

LERU Roadmap for Research Data LERU Roadmap for Research Data. In December 2013, LERU (League of European Research Universities) produced the Roadmap for Research Data. The Roadmap provides a guide for research-intensive universities, indeed for any European university, which wants seriously to engage with the potential and challenges of data-driven research. Summary of the LERU […]

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