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[InetBib] Ankündigung: "Call for presentations and posters", CODATA-Helsinki-Workshop zu FAIR FDM (Forschungsdatenmanagement) in Institutionen (Deadline: 06.09.2019)
- Date: Mon, 22 Jul 2019 15:57:58 +0200
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- Subject: [InetBib] Ankündigung: "Call for presentations and posters", CODATA-Helsinki-Workshop zu FAIR FDM (Forschungsdatenmanagement) in Institutionen (Deadline: 06.09.2019)
Der CODATA-Helsinki-Workshop zu *"FAIR FDM (Forschungsdatenmanagement)
in Institutionen" *wird vom 20. bis 21. Oktober 2019 im finnischen
Nationalarchiv stattfinden. Es handelt sich dabei um eine Veranstaltung
vor der 14. RDA-Plenartagung in Helsinki, Finnland. Der Organisations-
und Programmausschuss lädt zu Präsentations- und Posterbeiträgen für
diesen Workshop ein:
(Deadline für die Beitragseinreichungen: Freitag, d. 6. September 2019)
Den Link für die Einreichungen finden Sie hier:
Themen (auf Englisch) können sein:
In principle, all topics around RDM initiatives in research
institutions are in scope. For the the Helsinki-CODATA Workshop we are
particularly interested in the following themes:
1. *Papers exploring initiatives to benchmark and to measure maturity
of institutional RDM provision.*How are services being defined and
scoped, and what is their commonality across institutions? What are
the metrics and indicators of effective RDM provision, what are the
KPIs being used? How are institutions prioritising their
development of services?
2. *Papers describing holistic strategies to develop and implement RDM
services.* What is the overall approach being taken by the
institution and how is this communicated in the strategy? How is
the case made with senior management? How is the development and
the service funded? What is the business model? What are the key
components and activities? What prioritisation is being used?
3. *The role of FAIR services in institutional provision:*how are
institutions responding to FAIR and the agenda set by the FAIR
principles, the European Open Science Cloud, the expert group report
on Turning FAIR into reality https://doi.org/10.2777/1524and other
equivalent developments in different geographies?
We invite also shorter papers on a range of RDM topics, including but
not limited to:
* *Skills and training: *what, for whom and why? How have you
integrated skills and training in the total RDM services provision?
* *Technical service provision: *in house, shared, open source or
outsourced? How are the technical services integrated in the total
RDM services provision?
* *Champions and engagement: *How is the RDM service engaging with
researchers and particular communities? How are researchers involved
in the development of services? What role do champions and advocates
play in this and how? What has been the role of the PVC /
vice-rector for research etc? What other possible champions have
been identified and how? What lessons have been learnt from
engagement with research groups, departments, projects…?
* *Sustainability: *What business models are being developed for the
RDM services? How is the service being financed? How does the
institution plan to ensure the sustainability of the service and the
long term stewardship of the data? How is it ensured that the
services are actually found and used by users?
* *Technical innovations: *forum for technical discussions and any new
and emerging technical developments? How can technical innovations
play a role in bridging the gaps between separate services in the
total RDM service provision?
* *User experiences: *use cases in RDM through the RDM lifecycle:
sharing user experiences and case studies. What lessons can be
learned from these use cases for setting up an end-to-end set of RDM
* *Collaboration for service development: *What local, national or
international partnerships are there for the development of services
and what are the benefits? What appraisal has been done of such
collaborations? What benefits have been identified?
After the workshop, selected presenters will be invited to submit a full
paper to the CODATA Data Science Journal where they will form a special
Annette Strauch, M.A.
Research Data Management (RDM)
Stiftung UNIVERSITÄT Hildesheim
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