RDA in Denmark

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This is a working area dedicated to the RDA activities, updates and events in Denmark. 
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Recent Activity

05 Sep 2017

Arkivlov, offentlig forvaltning og god kvalitet i it-systemer

 

Hvem gælder arkivloven for, og hvad omfatter loven egentlig? Bliv klogere på arkivmæssige hensyn, god forvaltningsskik og kvalitetssikring af data og dokumenter.

På kurset sætter vi fokus på god dokumentationspraksis i den digitale forvaltning. Du får styr på kravene samt gode råd til kvalitetssikring af data og dokumenter. Vi gennemgår Rigsarkivets tilsyn med myndigheders kvalitetskontrol i it-systemer med dokumenter.

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09 Jun 2017

Gratis kurser om ophavsret, databaser og licensaftaler 2017

 

Hvis man arbejder med informationshåndtering, herunder som ansat i bibliotekssektoren, vil man jævnligt blive stillet over for spørgsmål, der drejer sig om den juridiske beskyttelse af databaser. Også licensaftaler er daglig kost for mange informationsspecialister. Reglerne om databasebeskyttelse er nogle af de mest indviklede ophavsretlige regler, der findes. Og også licensaftalerne kan være en stor ophavsretlig mundfuld.

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29 May 2017

NeIC Conference 2017

 

Twice before, in May 2013 in Trondheim and May 2015 in Espoo, NeIC has hosted a big bi-annual conference to gather the Nordic e-infrastructure community to discuss and prepare for the future. Next time, in 2017, the four-day event will take place in Umeå, 29 May – 1 June 2017.

This time, NeIC 2017 will be hosted by NeIC and SNIC, and organized as a collaboration between CSC, DeIC, NeIC, NORDUnet, RHnet, SNIC and UNINETT Sigma2.

Link: http://neic2017.nordforsk.org/

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27 Apr 2017

Cleaning Messy Data - Introduction to Openrefine and SQLite

 

with Muhamed Fajković, Royal Danish Library

How to use OpenRefine to easily structure, uniform and rectify data, using various "real life" examples. And what to do with those data afterwards? Get a glance at SQLite – a serverless database software: how to easily create a database, as well as how to query and mine it.

If you wish to participate, please send a mail to Lisbeth Raahauge Karlsson, lrk@au.dk or phone +45 5056 0092

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14 Jun 2017

RDA meets Nordic researchers, Göteborg, Sweden

 

Venue: Chalmers Teknikpark, Sven Hultins gata 9C, 41288 Göteborg, Sweden
Audience: Research communities, policy makers, open science enablers and promoters

The European branch of the Research Data Alliance (www.rd-alliance.org), RDA Europe, is organising a series of RDA events through Europe. The aim if this event is to make the work of the RDA better known and to lower the effort to participate in the RDA activities in general and the Working and Interest groups in particular.

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05 Apr 2017

Data Scientist Training for Librarians afholder workshop om programmering

 

Er du bliotekar eller bibliotekarstuderende og novice ud i programmering, giver det DEFF-medfinansierede Data Scientist Training for Librarians (DST4L) dig nu muligheden for at blive bedre.

Workshoppen vil indeholde praktisk træning i det populære programmeringssprog Python. Tid og sted er den 5. april fra kl. 9.00 til 16.30 på DTU Bibliotek, Anker Engelunds Vej 1, 2800 Kgs. Lyngby

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09 May 2017

DEFF-konferencen 2017

 

DEFF-konferencen (tidligere kaldt DEFF Online) samler ansatte fra danske fag-, forsknings- og uddannelsesbiblioteker. I år for ottende gang.

Årets tema for det faglige program er ”Data, Service og Samarbejde” – programmet offentliggøres senere. Det vil også i år være udstillinger og præsentationer fra akademiske forlag.

 

Tid:

9.-10. maj 2017

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29 May 2017

Data Management of Health Data and Register-based Research as a Driver for Innovation

 

Data Management of Life Science uses a series of tools in constant development to work on an increasing amount of for example large scale omics data and often the research is concerned with sensitive personal data.

This workshop will be concerned with ideas of how to create a more effective management of such data: This includes ideas from the NeIC project, Tryggve, about how to deploy tools rather than moving data and it includes a series of ideas about how to make register-based research a source of innovation for health and prosperity.

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