NEW Book: Mastering Digital Librarianship

This new book examines the changing roles of the librarian and how working within a rich digital environment has impacted on the ability of professionals to develop the appropriate 'know how'; skills, knowledge and behaviours required in order to operate effectively. 

 

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IDCC14 - Workshop registration is now open

The workshop programme for IDCC14 has now been published and registration is open.

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NEW Book: Delivering Research Data Management Services

This new book published on 20 December 2013 is a step-by-step guidance to setting up and running effective institutional research data management services to support researchers and networks.

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Your feedback is needed! Future shape of the RDMF

We’re seeking your thoughts on our long-running Research Data Management Forum series of events. We’ve set up a short (5 question) survey covering the format, frequency, topics and venues of future RDMF meetings.

 

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IDCC14 - Registration and Programme

Registration is now open for IDCC14.

The draft programme is also available, giving details of more precise timings and a preview of the confirmed speakers.

 

The speaker roster looks great – it speaks to the overarching theme of this year's IDCC, which is “Data driven transformations in research, education, business, and society”. I'm really glad to see Fran Berman as a keynote since she's been a great role model for many up-and-coming technology professionals. I'm also excited to hear Atule Butte speak about transferring lessons he learned in the private sector to his current work in pediatric endocrinology at Stanford. - See more at: http://www.dcc.ac.uk/blog/idcc14-preview-trisha-cruse#sthash.2nflC3x2.dpufThe speaker roster looks great – it speaks to the overarching theme of this year's IDCC, which is “Data driven transformations in research, education, business, and society”. I'm really glad to see Fran Berman as a keynote since she's been a great role model for many up-and-coming technology professionals. I'm also excited to hear Atule Butte speak about transferring lessons he learned in the private sector to his current work in pediatric endocrinology at Stanford. - See more at: http://www.dcc.ac.uk/blog/idcc14-preview-trisha-cruse#sthash.2nflC3x2.dpuf
The speaker roster looks great – it speaks to the overarching theme of this year's IDCC, which is “Data driven transformations in research, education, business, and society”. I'm really glad to see Fran Berman as a keynote since she's been a great role model for many up-and-coming technology professionals. I'm also excited to hear Atule Butte speak about transferring lessons he learned in the private sector to his current work in pediatric endocrinology at Stanford. - See more at: http://www.dcc.ac.uk/blog/idcc14-preview-trisha-cruse#sthash.2nflC3x2.dpufThe speaker roster looks great – it speaks to the overarching theme of this year's IDCC, which is “Data driven transformations in research, education, business, and society”. I'm really glad to see Fran Berman as a keynote since she's been a great role model for many up-and-coming technology professionals. I'm also excited to hear Atule Butte speak about transferring lessons he learned in the private sector to his current work in pediatric endocrinology at Stanford. - See more at: http://www.dcc.ac.uk/blog/idcc14-preview-trisha-cruse#sthash.2nflC3x2.dpuf
The speaker roster looks great – it speaks to the overarching theme of this year's IDCC, which is “Data driven transformations in research, education, business, and society”. I'm really glad to see Fran Berman as a keynote since she's been a great role model for many up-and-coming technology professionals. I'm also excited to hear Atule Butte speak about transferring lessons he learned in the private sector to his current work in pediatric endocrinology at Stanford. - See more at: http://www.dcc.ac.uk/blog/idcc14-preview-trisha-cruse#sthash.2nflC3x2.dpuf
The speaker roster looks great – it speaks to the overarching theme of this year's IDCC, which is “Data driven transformations in research, education, business, and society”. I'm really glad to see Fran Berman as a keynote since she's been a great role model for many up-and-coming technology professionals. I'm also excited to hear Atule Butte speak about transferring lessons he learned in the private sector to his current work in pediatric endocrinology at Stanford. - See more at: http://www.dcc.ac.uk/blog/idcc14-preview-trisha-cruse#sthash.2nflC3x2.dpuf
The speaker roster looks great – it speaks to the overarching theme of this year's IDCC, which is “Data driven transformations in research, education, business, and society”. I'm really glad to see Fran Berman as a keynote since she's been a great role model for many up-and-coming technology professionals. I'm also excited to hear Atule Butte speak about transferring lessons he learned in the private sector to his current work in pediatric endocrinology at Stanford. - See more at: http://www.dcc.ac.uk/blog/idcc14-preview-trisha-cruse#sthash.2nflC3x2.dpuf

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RDM job at Strathclyde University

The University of Strathclyde is currently advertising for a Research Data Support Officer. Based in Research and Knowledge Exchange Services,the position will be part of the Research Data Management and Sharing project team.

 

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