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Teaching Research Data Management with the New England Collaborative Data Management Curriculum   Tags: data management, instruction, lamar soutter library, librarians, ne collaborative data management curriculum, nn/lm ner, professional development day, scientific research data management  

This one day class using the NE Collaborative Data Management Curriculum is intended for librarians who are interested in teaching faculty and students concepts and best practices for research data management.
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Teaching Research Data Management with the New England Collaborative Data Management Curriculum

This workshop is targeted for science, health sciences and engineering librarians interested in teaching research data management to their users. This "train the trainer" class will introduce the New England Collaborative Data Management Curriculum and demonstrate how librarians can use its components to teach research data management to students and researchers. All workshop attendees are requested to attend the webinar "Best Practices for Teaching RDM and Consulting on Data Management Plans in New England" on October 31st, or view the webinar recording prior to the workshop.

 

     

    Pre-workshop Webinar: Teaching RDM and Consulting on Data Management Plans in New England

     All workshop attendees are required to attend the webinar "Best Practices for Teaching RDM and Consulting on Data Management Plans in New England" on October 31st, or view the recorded webinar prior to the Nov. 8th workshop.

    Note:  if you do not register for the Nov. 8th workshop, you may still register for the webinar!

       

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