Research Data Management Workshop Series co-sponsored by the Office of Research Development.
Research data is increasingly valued and a necessary component of reproducible and open science. Initiative focused on the usability of data like "FAIR", coupled with mandates from funders and publishers that require data to be openly accessible, increase the need for a data savvy research workforce. This workshop will focus on understanding data management planning requirements and how to publish research data. We will focus on both the DMPTool as resource for funder policies around data management planning, as well as the Dryad data publishing platform for publishing "FAIR" re-usable data.
Instructors: Daniella Lowenberg and Maria Praetzellis
Daniella Lowenberg is the Research Data Specialist and Product Manager for Dryad and Project Lead for Sloan Foundation funded by the Make Data Count inititative.
Maria Praetzellis is the Product Manager for Research Data Management initiatives at the California Digital Library.
Length: 80 minutes
Lunch will be provided.
Please bring your own laptop.
Please have your CatCard for check-in.