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Schlagwort: ‘Datenmanagementplan’

New RWTH RDM Flyer

April 28th, 2022 | by
RWTH RDM flyer

Source: Own Illustration

The flyer for Research Data Management (RDM) has been given a new coat of paint. Once a bit outdated, the document has been put through its paces over the last six months of collaboration with Marketing and Event Management (Marie) and the RDM team, consisting of the IT Center’s Research Process & Data Management (RPDM) department and the University Library (UB), and finalized for the public. In this blog post, we would like to introduce you to our new RDM flyer.

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New RDM Training Concept at RWTH Aachen University

April 14th, 2022 | by
Laptop with RWTH mug and notebook

Source: Stefan Hense

In April 2022, the RDM team will start a new training format on research data management “FDM II-modular”, offering you two-hour hands-on workshops on focus topics of research data management. The workshops will take place regularly on the 4th Wednesday of the month from 10am to 12 noon.

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Follow-up Report on the Open Meeting of the RDM Network on March 9, 2022

March 17th, 2022 | by
Info and data on the Open Meeting of the RDM Network on March 09, 2022

Source: Freepik

The RDM team invited to the regular meeting of the Research Data Management (RDM) network on March 9, 2022 and once again data stewards, RDM officers and people interested in RDM at RWTH Aachen University came together again online via Zoom. This time, the participants discussed strategies for introducing data management plans (DMPs) in projects.

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Workshop: FAIR Research Data Management: Basics for Chemists

January 7th, 2022 | by
Digital workshop on laptop

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Research data management (RDM) has both general and discipline-specific aspects. To support this, the University Library, together with the NFDI4Chem training team, offers a workshop “FAIR Research Data Management: Basics for Chemists”. Through short introductions and exercises on the different areas of FDM in chemistry, you will be able to reflect and optimize your own data management.

Look forward to learning about policy, data management plan, metadata, archiving and publishing research data in chemistry, as well as an introduction to NFDI4Chem services.

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