Category: Data Management Plan

Data Stewardship – goals for 2019

Authors: Heather Andrews, Nicolas Dintzner, Alastair Dunning, Kees den Heijer, Santosh Ilamparuthi, Jeff Love, Esther Plomp, Marta Teperek, Yasemin Turkyilmaz-van der Velden, Yan Wang From February 2019 onwards and with the appointment of the data steward at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Mathematics and Computer Science (EEMCS), the team of data stewards is complete: there..

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Take research data management seriously and organize discipline-specific support

Written by Maria Cruz, VU Community Manager Research Data Management on 15 November 2018. This blog post has been originally published on the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam Research Support Newsletter (re-blogged with permission). This is the interview between Maria Cruz and Prof. Bas Teusink, the Scientific Director of the Amsterdam Institute for Molecules, Medicines and Systems (AIMMS)..

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TU Delft Research Data Framework Policy now approved

On 26 June 2018, the new TU Delft Research Data Framework Policy was approved by TU Delft’s Executive Board. The Framework Policy is an overarching policy on research data management for TU Delft as a whole and it defines the roles and responsibilities at the University level. In addition, the Framework provides templates for faculty-specific..

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Why is this a good Data Management Plan?

This blog post reports from a workshop session led by Marjan Grootveld and Ellen Leenarts from DANS. The workshop was part of a larger event “Towards cultural change in data management – data stewardship in practice” organised by TU Delft Library on 24th of May 2018. This blog post was written by Marjan Grootveld from..

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How to ensure that the costs of data management activities are budgeted in grant proposals?

Written by: Mary Donaldson and Vessela Ensberg On the 21st February 2018, a Birds of a Feather session was held as part of the 13th International Digital Curation Conference in Barcelona on ‘Data management costing in grants’. The session was proposed and chaired by Marta Teperek of TU Delft. The session proposal recognised that ‘many research funders..

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