Using supportDM training materials

Conference paper


Grace, S. 2015. Using supportDM training materials. Comparing Notes workshop, International Digital Curation Conference. 30 Euston Square, London, UK 11 Feb 2015 London University of East London.
AuthorsGrace, S.
TypeConference paper
Abstract

SupportDM is a course for librarians and others starting out in research data management support. It assumes no prior knowledge of data management or digital curation, and was developed in 2013 as part of the Jisc-funded TraD project by the University of East London with the Digital Curation Centre. SupportDM is suitable for standalone self-directed learning using its Xerte-based online modules, and also in a blended learning environment with group meetings and individual tasks to complement the online elements.
This document outlines a suggested 90 minute schedule for running each of the six modules, with a presentation, group activities and individual ‘homework’ tasks. There are suggestions for varying the delivery of training, with things to consider for each session. All the Xerte modules and supporting materials are deposited in Jorum (www.jorum.ac.uk).

KeywordsResearch Data Management; blended learning; librarians
Year2015
ConferenceComparing Notes workshop, International Digital Curation Conference
PublisherUniversity of East London
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CC BY
Publication dates
Print06 Feb 2015
Publication process dates
Deposited06 Feb 2015
FunderJisc
Place of publicationLondon
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