DCC blog

Author: Angus Whyte

Senior Institutional Support Officer

More than spilled milk- CREAM at the Research Data Spring workshop

Blog article on the Research Data Spring workshop on 10 December 2015, focusing on a breakout session titled  'Observations on Commonalities of Process’. This was led by Iris Garelfs and Graham Klyne of the CREAM project.

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What staff resource is allocated to RDM Services, and is it enough?

First of a three -part briefing on the responses to the DCC survey of Research Data Management services in UK Higher Education Institutions, carried out in May 2015.

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Variety in RDM requirements, a curse or the spice of life?

A report from the 'requirements' breakout discussion at RDMF14, the Research Data Management Forum event in York 9-10th November 2015.

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Guidance publications - Are we getting it right?

Some responses from our consultation on guidance publications, and what they tell us about the current range of DCC guides.

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Jisc research data spring takes its next leap forward

The 15 projects funded through the first round of Jisc’s Research Data Spring programme competed for further funding in the second sandpit workshop. Here Angus Whyte reviews some of the work presented.

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Capturing the state of play on UK institutions’ research data management support

Jisc and DCC are contacting institutions on RDM support, using surveys designed to complement each other. The surveys will offer an up to date picture of the systems currently used, issues institutons want addressed. The DCC survey will track progress on RDM service provision since last year, and help build a broad picture of the sector's needs.

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Where are they now? An RDM update from Loughborough University

The latest in our series of catch-up blog posts is based on discussion with Dave Temple and Jeff Brown at Loughborough University.

 

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Sharing RDM Services – Where to Now?

Discussion at the Research Data Management Forum 12 meeting in Leicester included a breakout on the opportunities for shared services. In this article Angus Whyte looks at the main points the discussion came up with, and draws some concusions.

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Final Results from the DCC RDM 2014 Survey

A final set of results from the DCC survey carried out in April 2014, together with Briefings previously circulated to participants.

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From RDM strategy to action -a glass half full!

An overview of results from the DCC 2014 survey of institutions on their progress in developing support for Research Data Management.

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