Workshops for digital curators

Effective digital curation allows the sharing of curated data among researchers and relies upon the UK research community as a whole developing data curation and preservation skills. 

To stimulate knowledge sharing throughout the higher education sector, the DCC co-ordinates a range of advocacy services nationwide – among them, our hugely popular workshops series. 

Further your knowledge of data curation

DCC workshops may combine case studies, presentations and/or interactive breakout sessions to explore some of the more complex issues affecting digital curators today. 

Places at our workshops fill up fast, and it’s a case of first come, first served. Bookmark this page or subscribe to our RSS feed or mailing list to stay informed about forthcoming workshops – and be sure to sign up for a space quickly to avoid disappointment.

Managing and sharing social science research data

London, 8 April 2011
A workshop aimed at social researchers at all stages of their career, which will cover key legal and ethical issues surrounding the managing and sharing of data in research with people (surveys, interviews, focus groups, observations and ethnography).  The focus of the workshop will be on the provision of guidance and practical exercises, with content based on advice provided to researchers by the UK Data Archive.  To attend please visit the Social Research Association's events page.

Advanced DMPonline

Ormskirk, 16 February 2016
This course will explain how the DMPonline tool for Data Management Planning can be customised by institutions. You will be introduced to the concept of templates and guidance used in the tool, and shown the range of options available for adding details of local requirements and support. The course will be based in a computer lab so the examples demonstrated can be tried out in practice.

JISC Managing Research Data Programme International Workshop

Birmingham, 28 - 29 March 2011
This workshop will be for All JISC Managing Research Data Programme Projects as well as invited stakeholders. Workshop participants will analyse and evaluate the outputs and progress of the JISCMRD Programme. Workshop sessions will consider the guidance material, model data management plans, case studies and working infrastructure produced by the projects – where demos are appropriate they will be encouraged.

IPR and Licensing: tips, traps and techniques

London, 25 February 2011
The Digital Curation Centre (DCC) ran a half-day workshop in conjunction with Naomi Korn Copyright Consultancy and the JISC MRD Programme on copyright issues affecting the reuse of learning and teaching materials. This event introduced participants to basic copyright principles that can affect the reuse of digital learning materials. Naomi worked through real-life examples drawn from the JISC Research Data Management projects.

Managing your Digital Research Data

Cambridge, 10 February 2011
Please give us feedback if you attended the workshop.This event has taken placeFunding bodies increasingly require plans to show that research data will be properly managed and shared, where appropriate.

Managing your Research Data: Digital Curation

17 November 2010
This half day course, run on behalf of Staff Development Services at the University of Glasgow, provided an overview to data management and support available to University researchers.Agenda

Digital Curation 101 Lite: How to Manage Research Data

London, 10 September 2010
Note: this event has taken placeResearch Councils and funding bodies are increasingly requiring evidence of adequate and appropriate provisions for data management and curation in new grant funding applications. This one-day workshop will provide an introduction to digital curation, the range of activities and roles that should be considered when planning and implementing new projects, and an overview of tools that can assist with curation activities. This workshop is being offered in cooperation with the UK Data Archive. Audience

Tools of the Trade Workshops

Manchester, 19 May 2010
The DCC ran two Tools of the Trade workshops in conjunction with the JISC MRD Progress Workshop. The first introduced users to the newly refined Data Asset Framework (DAF) toolkit and the second, held in cooperation with the University of London Computing Centre (ULCC), introduced users to the Assessing Institutional Digital Assets (AIDA) toolkit.

JISC MRD Progress Workshop

Manchester, 17 - 18 May 2010
The purpose of the workshop was to consider how best to meet the challenge of managing research data in UK Universities. Participants were informed of progress made under the JISC MRD Programme to examine researchers’ data management requirements and improve planning in a number of academic and institutional contexts. The objective was to discuss the detail of the projects’ discoveries and to consider the more general landscape and initiatives required.

DCC at the JISC Conference

London, 13 April 2010
Funding bodies increasingly require grant-holders to produce data management plans (DMPs). The DCC has created DMPonline, a web-based tool which draws upon an analysis of funders' requirements to enable researchers to create and export customisable DMPs, both at the grant application stage and during the project's lifetime. The tool will be demonstrated by Martin Donnelly and Sarah Jones of the Digital Curation Centre at 13.50 - 14.05 on 13 April in the Demo Pod of Lounge 2 (Promoting Institutional Effectiveness)