RDM eLearning and FAIR Data & Software Things Top 10

If you want to catch up on Research Data Management and FAIR data, two very interesting resources have been released this month! 

Within the framework of the Danish National Forum for Data Management, the Danish Universities have developed the eLearning course “Research Data Management”. And Library Carpentry has released their 'Top 10 FAIR Data & Software Things'. 

 

Within the framework of the Danish National Forum for Data Management, the Danish Universities have developed the eLearning course “Research Data Management” (doi: 10.11581/dtu:00000047). The course is divided into three independent modules. Each module consists of a 20 min video recording (including animations and interviews) that can be taken at the learners’ own pace and may be complemented with face-to-face training. The target audience of the course is PhD students, researchers and research support staff who would like an introduction to the general concepts and terms used in research data management. However, others are also welcome to take the course, it is open to all.10 data thing

The Top 10 FAIR Data & Software Global Sprint was held online over the course of two-days (29-30 November 2018), where participants from around the world were invited to develop brief guides (stand alone, self-paced training materials), called "Things", that can be used by the research community to understand FAIR in different contexts but also as starting points for conversations around FAIR. The repository and website host the work of the Sprinters and is meant to be an evolving resource. Members of the wider community can submit issues and/or pull requests to the Things to help improve them. In addition, a published version of the Things is available via Zenodo, where you can cite and give credit to the Sprinters.

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