The 5th LEARN workshop on Research Data Management, “Shaping and aligning research data management policies”, is the last of five international workshops within the EU-funded project, LEARN (Leaders Activating Research Networks). It takes place at the University of Barcelona on 26 January 2017.
The morning session is devoted to lectures by keynote speakers.
LEARN Workshops are designed to encourage all stakeholders – research funders, organisations and decision makers, researchers, library and IT staff – to explore their roles and responsibilities in the process of developing policies for Research Data Management.
The workshop in Barcelona presens the work carried out by the project and provides a forum for discussion and exchange of advice, ideas and views in the shaping and effective implementation of the RDM policy model.

 

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Congressos i jornades: 5th LEARN Workshop: Shaping and aligning research data management policies (6)

Welcome remarks
Welcome remarks
Anglès30 gen. 2017713Introduction by Ignasi Labastida, CRAI Research Support Unit at University of Barcelona. Oriol Pujol, Vice-President for Digital Transformation, University of Barcelona.This event takes place on 26 January 2017, at the Aula Magna of the University of Barcelona.
Delivering Research Data Management in the ‘Data Deluge'
Delivering Research Data Management in the ‘Data Deluge'
Anglès30 gen. 2017851Dr. Paul Ayris, Pro Vice-Provost & Director of Library Services at University College London.This paper will set the LEARN project and its deliverables in the context of the ‘Data Deluge’. It will look particularly at Open Science as a driver for greater visibility for research data; explain how LEARN can make a difference to Research Data Management at an institutional level; ...
Developing a framework for Research Data Management Protocols
Developing a framework for Research Data Management Protocols
Anglès30 gen. 2017381Marie Timmermann, EU Legislative and Regulatory Affairs Office, of Science Europe.Research Data Management Protocols are gaining importance, especially in the political context of the Open Science Agenda. Data Management Plans (DMP) are becoming the main tool to enforce policies on research data management directed at researchers. The Science Europe Working Group on Research Data ...
Integrating policy and infrastructure in research data management: the perspective of researchers
Integrating policy and infrastructure in research data management: the perspective of researchers
Anglès30 gen. 2017408Dr. Daniel Mietchen, researcher at the National Institutes of Healthhttps://github.com/Daniel-Mietchen/talks/blob/master/5th-LEARN-workshop-2017.mdAs the interest in research data management is growing in many parts of the research ecosystem, policies and ...
Opening research data in EU universities: Policies, motivators and challenges
Opening research data in EU universities: Policies, motivators and challenges
Anglès30 gen. 2017356Dr. Eva Méndez, Deputy Vice-President for Strategy and Digital Education at the University Carlos III of MadridEU Universities are facing the implementation of the convincing EU policies on Open Science, particularly those regarding research data which are fairly new and even more challenging. During this talk Eva Méndez will cover the perspective of the Universities, institutionally ...
About data from a machine learning perspective.
About data from a machine learning perspective.
Anglès30 gen. 2017362Dr. Oriol Pujol, Department of Mathematics and Computer Science, at University of Barcelona.https://github.com/oriolpujol/slides/blob/master/learn2017_no_animations.pdfThis talk will share experiences from the machine learning and data science communities as well as giving some ...
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