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ANDS & the DCC

After giving a presentation on DMPonline at the Future Perfect conference, Martin and I visited ANDS staff in the Canberra and Mebourne offices.  We had some great discussions, sharing common ground and learning from each other's lessons.

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A journey shared – on the road to research data management.

The workshop on developing institutional data policies held in mid-March helped institutions to come together to discuss different approaches and learn from each other. This article describes some of the lessons emerging from the workshop, complementing other reports on the same workshop.

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Turning roadmaps to action

Many UK Higher Education Institutions are setting out their 'roadmap' of actions to support research data management, to meet a deadline set by funding body EPSRC. Prompted by a workshop organised by DCC and JISC with the RoaDMaP project at Leeds University, Angus Whyte considers how a roadmap fits alongside documentation of policy and process.

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Navigating the potholes

As part of our series of blog posts on developing RDM roadmaps, this week we're reflecting on what a roadmap looks like and where HEIs have most work to do.

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Developing a roadmap for RDM

We trialled a new session at the Loughborough roadshow on developing data policy and services. This ended with an excerise on producing an RDM roadmap, as the EPSRC requirement to do this by May 2012 is uppermost on many people's minds.

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Organisational perspectives at #idcc11

Summary of presentations in the organisational perspectives session at #idcc11

Data Matters: A view from a research funder
David Lynn, Head of Strategic Planning and Policy, Wellcome Trust
 
Taking care of the university's research data
Jeff Haywood, Vice Principal Knowledge Management, Chief Information Officer and Librarian, University of Edinburgh
 
Data Transparency: Managing the legislative risk
Andrew Charlesworth, Director of the Centre for IT and Law (CITL), University of Bristol

 

Photo (c) Tim Gander

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