Category: RDM

Event: Librarians Supporting the Research Lifecycle

WHELF Research Group event Please join us to hear invited research staff describe their research lifecycle, pressure points, and support they find useful from the library service.  We also have guest speaker Dr Penny Dowdney who will share her expertise

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WHELF Research Data Management Training Day

Largely driven by funder policy, libraries around the world have begun to explore how to support research data management. This means applying our skills to a new context. We need to support researchers to plan data management. We also need

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Resources for librarians supporting RDM

The presentation below details some of the available resources for librarians and researchers to provide guidance on what steps need to be taken when setting up research data management services and which documents are the most useful to consult. Thank

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Event: Research Data Management 1st July 2015 at Cardiff Metropolitan University

  A WHELF / UK eInformation group event Research Data Management for Information Professionals Andrew Cox To be held at Cardiff Metropolitan University Wednesday 1st July 2015 09.30-16.30 There is an increasing understanding that data collected during research needs to

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Event: Digital and Information Literacies and the Researcher @ Cardiff Uni 28-11-14

Venue: Glamorgan Building, Cardiff University, Cathays Park, Cardiff, 10.00– 16.00, Friday November 28th 2014. We are pleased to invite you to attend this event organised by librarians from Wales Higher Education Libraries Forum (WHELF) and the Great Western 4 libraries.

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