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Workshop Series: RDM For Busy People

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Thursdays 11 am-12 pm
(March 17, 24, 31, Apr 7, 2022)
Innovation Hub (316)/Digital Scholarship Hub (320D)

Research Data Management (RDM) is a fast-changing and challenging area in the academic landscape requiring that the research data be maintained over the entire lifecycle of the research project with effective management practices. This workshop series aims to introduce RDM practices that researchers can adopt, regardless of their data management skills or level of expertise. The series presents a set of lectures and hands-on workshops focusing on best RDM practices in line with the new Tri-Agency RDM Policy announced in March 2021. The participants will expand their knowledge by learning about new RDM resources developed by the Canadian Research Data Alliance RDM Team, as well as the RDM Services available from the UNB Libraries.    

The lecture component will lay the foundation to understand the RDM landscape, focusing on Canadian resources and linking them to the notions of Open Scholarship and Open Science. The hands-on workshops will allow participants to learn RDM by doing it! Participants will utilize a DMP Assistant online tool to develop a data management plan and a Dataverse sandbox to learn how to share their data for publishing and further academic research.

This training is mainly aimed at graduate-level researchers; however, anyone interested in this topic is welcome!
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