23 Things Revisited - Practical Tips for Research Data Management
RDA Sweden and Swedish National Data Service (SND) welcome you to the webinar "23 Things Revisited - Practical Tips for Research Data Management".
During this webinar Cees Hof (the Netherlands' center for Data Archiving and Networked Services) and Mijke Jetten (Dutch Techcentre for Life Sciences) will present the 23 things concept, a shared reference tool for knowledge on research data management.
See the presentation slides from the webinar
The webinar will take place on Zoom.
Please register here before 29 September.
Inspired by the “23 Things: Libraries for Research Data” resource by the RDA Libraries for Research Data Interest Group, we believe that the 23 Things concept can act as a shared reference tool for knowledge on research data management (RDM). Research support staff, such as data stewards, IT support staff or policy officers, often have different levels of understanding of research data management. However, they need to collaborate closely to offer state-of-the-art support for researchers wishing to manage their data in a responsible way.
As a joint effort of RDM stakeholders in the Netherlands, 23 Things versions for different audiences were created, to improve cooperation at the national level, and establish a common understanding of RDM among diverse practitioners. The audiences recognised are: researchers & PhD candidates, Bachelor & Master students, data & subject librarians, data stewards, IT support staff & IT specialists, research software engineers, and policy makers.
This Dutch RDA Adoption Grant project was executed by a community-driven task group through the National Coordination Point Research Data Management (LCRDM). Between June 2019 and July 2020, the task group generated four deliverables. Although the 23 Things are created by the Dutch community, most of the resources aren’t typical Dutch at all, as the RDM community in the Netherlands relies on the many useful international resources out there. We believe that our audience-specific versions of the 23 Things are relevant to the international community. Furthermore, our processes of creating specific 23 Things versions may inspire other communities to create their own Things.
Landing page of the Dutch RDA 23 Things Revisited project: https://www.lcrdm.nl/en/23things.