Research Data Management readiness

"meeting the EPSRC policy framework"

13 February 2015
etc.venues Paddington, London

Overview

The DCC is pleased to collaborate with Jisc on a workshop to consider what challenges remain in meeting the EPSRC policy framework, and what lessons can be learned from other institutions.

The workshop is part of Jisc's Research at Risk co-design challenge and will be free to attend.

This event follows on from the Assessing institutional awareness & readiness for compliance with EPSRC Policy Framework workshop that the DCC ran last May. Ben Ryan of the EPSRC will be there to provide an introduction and offer clarifications where needed, and representatives from Jisc and the DCC will reflect on progress across the sector and new initiatives that can help.

Agenda

A summary is provided below, or download the full agenda with descriptions of talks.

Notes of all the talks.

09:30

Registration

 

10:00

Welcome and objectives

Rachel Bruce, Jisc

REQUIREMENTS AND SERVICES

10:10

The EPSRC Policy Framework

Ben Ryan, EPSRC

10:45

Supporting infrastructure services for RDM

Jeremy Sharp, Jisc Technologies

11:20

Examples of data archiving and access

Matthew Addis,Arkivum

11:40

DOIs for data: Using DataCite in the UK

Rachael Kotarski, British Library

12:00

Lunch

 

WHAT & HOW: INSTITUTIONAL CASE STUDIES

13:00

Jisc case studies on EPSRC compliance

Verena Weigert, Jisc

13:10

RDM systems at University of Hertfordshire

 

Bill Worthington, University of Hertfordshire

13:30

(We can't even call it) Sensitive Data!

Graham Blyth, University of Leeds

13:50

Using Pure as data catalogue and (optionally) as data repository

Hardy Schwamm, University of Lancaster

14:10

A multi-pathway approach to RDM training? 

Wendy White, University of Southampton

14:30

Coffee

 

LEARNING LESSONS TO DEFINE NEXT STEPS

14:45

Discussion groups

1) Policy implementation & compliance monitoring

2) Skills and capability

3) Infrastructure: storage, access & preservation

4) Business case and sustainability

Facilitators:

Rachel Bruce

Verena Weigert

John Kaye

Linda Naughton

Sarah Jones

Angus Whyte

Kevin Ashley

Joy Davidson

15:30

How can Jisc & the DCC help?

Kevin Ashley, DCC & Rachel Bruce, Jisc

16:00

Close

 

 

Image credit: London Paddington Basin by Luc Mercells CC-BY-NC-ND

Costs and Registration

The workshop will take place at etc.venues Paddington at 57 North Wharf Road.

It is part of Jisc's Research at Risk co-design challenge and will be free to attend.

The event is now full and registration has closed.