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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IDCC14 - Submission date extended

We are pleased to announce that due to popular demand the paper submission date for IDCC14 has been extended by 7 days and will now close at 12 midnight GMT on Monday 28th October 2013.


 

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IDCC14 - Speakers announced

We are currently working on an exciting line-up of speakers for IDCC14 and will be publishing a full programme shortly, but in the meantime are delighted to announce details of our confirmed speakers.

 

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Customising DMPonline

We've been developing some guidelines on how to customise DMPonline for your institution.

This news item tells you how to get started and provides the guidelines and spreadsheet that you need to download.

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