Poster Session

Start Date

9-4-2014 12:45 PM

Description

Biomedical researchers face multiple challenges in maintaining proper stewardship of their research data. The collaborative nature of team science and funders’ requirements for data management plans have revealed a broad need for adherence to consistent research data management (RDM) best practices. UMMS and partnering libraries have developed the New England Collaborative Data Management Curriculum (NECDMC), a case-based RDM curriculum to support researchers’ writing of data management plans. This poster presents ways that NECDMC is being used by a sample of pilot sites and initial feedback from researcher participants.

Keywords

Data management, instruction, teaching, curriculum, best practices, New England Collaborative Data Management Curriculum, NECDMC, pilot

Comments

This poster was awarded "Best e-Science in Action" at the 2014 e-Science Symposium.

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Apr 9th, 12:45 PM

Librarians Working with Institutional Stakeholders to Support Researchers Writing Data Management Plans: Piloting a Research Data Management Curriculum

Biomedical researchers face multiple challenges in maintaining proper stewardship of their research data. The collaborative nature of team science and funders’ requirements for data management plans have revealed a broad need for adherence to consistent research data management (RDM) best practices. UMMS and partnering libraries have developed the New England Collaborative Data Management Curriculum (NECDMC), a case-based RDM curriculum to support researchers’ writing of data management plans. This poster presents ways that NECDMC is being used by a sample of pilot sites and initial feedback from researcher participants.

 

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