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Research Data Shared Service Pilot Institutions & Research Data Network

This blog post announces the results of the call for formal expressions of interest to be a pilot institution in Jisc’s research data management shared service and also announces an accompanying ‘Research Data Network’ to engage with interested institutions who are not part of the pilot. Pilot Institutions In October Jisc invited formal expressions of […]

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Research data management shared service tender – prequalification questionnaire due 19th January 2016 – register interest by 15th January 2016

Happy new year! Back in early December we launched a tender opportunity for the Jisc Research Data Management shared service. The notice has been circulated widely but just as a final announcement to try and reach those that may have missed it before, here is a reminder about the scope of the tender and the […]

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Research at Risk : Winter Progress update

To give you an overview of where we are in delivering the elements of our “Research at Risk” co-design challenge (which centres around developing a sustainable and cost effective service offer to meet research data management needs) please have a look at our presentation on slideshare.  These slides cover: a) the timescales and outputs for […]

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Jisc RDM Shared Service Pilot

Workshops 18th and 19th Nov and Expressions of interest for pilot institutions. Based on demands from the academic community Jisc is looking at delivering a research data management shared service over the next 18 months. In order to achieve this we will need to work in close partnership with a number of UK HEI’s to […]

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Research data spring – reading list

If you are following research data spring or at least one of the projects we funded and would like to look through their outputs and progress, here is a comprehensive reading list for each of the projects. I will be updating this post as more reports, blogs, videos and links will be available General reading […]

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Reflections on our RDM session at the Repository Fringe 2015

On the second day at the Repository Fringe, Rachel Bruce, Linda Naughton and I ran a session on research data management and relevant research at risk projects. Rachel started the session with a few updates around the research at risk project. Each of us then run a parallel break out group focusing on a particular […]

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Research data spring – second phase results

On 14th of July, 15 research data spring projects presented their progress and their objectives for another 4 months of development. This all started back in November, when researchers, librarians, publishers and developers were invited to post and discuss their ideas on our online IdeaScale platform. In February, during the first sandpit workshop, we selected 16 […]

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Research Data Metadata

In this blog post John Kaye outlines the aims, objectives and content for a Jisc hosted Research Data Metadata event to be held in London on Tuesday 7th July. There are a few places available – if you’re interested, register here for the metadata workshop. During the consultation for Jisc’s Research at Risk challenge area […]

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Lancaster University guest post: workshop of 4 research data spring projects

On 22nd June 2015, Lancaster University hosted a workshop titled “Research Data Management – solutions for your needs”. Originally planned as a smaller meeting to get mid-project feedback for our research data spring project DMAOnline (Data Management Administration Online) we received so much interest that we organised a bigger half-day workshop. We were joined by […]

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Research data spring – two months update

From a joint workshop among 5 projects to employing an online brainstorming application called Mural.ly, the research data spring project teams have been applying creative ways to engage their communities. If you wonder what else they have been up to, see the short updates below. And if you would like to participate at the London sandpit workshop on 13-14 July, please get in […]