Managing Research Data: a pilot study in Health and Life Sciences

Outputs from Work Packages One and Two now available

Posted by Liz Holliday | 1 comment
27Apr2012
A key element of the UWE project is to share our experience and deliverables with the wider JISC and HE communities. Following the end of phase one of our project the outputs from work packages one and two are now available on the project website; presented as a narrative case study and a seven stage roadmap with links to all available outputs (http://www1.uwe.ac.uk/library/usingthelibrary/servicesforresearchers/datamanagement/managingresearchdata/projectoutputs.aspx). 

The case study summarises our experiences so far, and outlines the key stages in the process that might be adopted or adapted by similar institutions. We're  pleased with our achievements in the time available and would welcome feedback on the presentation and outputs.

Managing Research Data dissemination event

Posted by Liz Holliday | 0 Comments
24Apr2012

Managing Research Data dissemination event Wednesday 23rd May 2012 at UWE Bristol.

The event is principally aimed at post 1992 universities wishing to understand research data management.

In a spirit of openness and  reflecting the JISC programme aims (http://www.jisc.ac.uk/whatwedo/programmes/di_researchmanagement/managingresearchdata.aspx), we are keen to disseminate experiences and lessons learned and to assist the development of the necessary skills and expertise in the sector.

The focus of the event will be

•     the differing approaches to research data management development chosen by post 1992 institutions
•     integrating research data management within the culture and structure of a post 1992 institution
•     how these methods might be used, or adapted, by similar institutions

The event will be opened by Paul Gough, UWE’s Deputy Vice-Chancellor Academic and Simon Hodson, JISC RDM programme manager, has agreed to speak.

More details to follow but please reserve this date in your diaries for the moment.

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