Because good research needs good data

DMPonline Events

Overview

This online user group meeting provided an overview of the new plan creation wizard and updates on the Research outputs.

Time Topic
10:30 - 10:45 UTC

Introduction

Includes a quick overview of latest development work.

Overview

This user group meeting is primarily aimed at subscribing institutions.

The programme will include an overview of existing APIs, how they can be used and their benefits. It will also include examples of how some institutions have used the data retrieved from APIs for various purposes.

It may be useful to prepare for the meeting by reading the information about the APIs that is available on GitHub.

Find out more about existing APIs

Join us in the upcoming online user group on 27 April 2022! 

Please note that this event is open to paying customers only. 

Draft Programme

Time Topic
09:30- 09:50

Introduction & icebreaker

09:50 -10:10

Updates from the DMPonline team

10:10 - 10:45

New features from DMPRoadmap / DMPTool

The DCC DMPonline service now has over 60 institutional subscribers. Many are actively supporting the use of the tool on campus and provide inspiring examples in the monthly knowledge exchange blogs and drop-in sessions to share key lessons learned. 

Join us in the upcoming online user group on 2 November 2021! 

Registration is by invitation only. Please get in touch if you were expecting an invitation but have not received it yet.

For our first virtual user group, we would like to try something different! We would like to invite you to help us set development priorities. 

In preparation, we would like you to suggest the two most important feature requests or improvements to DMPonline that would be of benefit to your institutions. Please submit your two selected features by Tuesday, 25 May 2021.

DMPonline demo sessions are 1-hour online demo sessions once a month for our users where we go through one specific DMPonline feature, demo it and discuss its functionality with you. You can ask us questions during this session to ensure you understand the functionality to its fullest. Shared document here & YouTube recordings

We run informal regular monthly drop-in sessions for our community, which normally last around 45 minutes where we keep you up to date with our most recent work. We normally have a guest speaker from our DMPonline subscribers to discuss research data management practices at their institutions. All recordings are here: https://edin.ac/DMPonline-drop-in-sessions.

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