On Thursday 30 August and on Friday 31 August TU Delft Library hosted two events dedicated to the new European General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and its implications for research data. Both events were organised by the Research Data Netherlands: collaboration between the 4TU.Center for Research Data, DANS and SURF (represented by the National Research..
Category: Data Stewardship - page 3
Written by Marta Teperek and Alastair Dunning There are lots of drivers pushing for preservation of research data long-term and to make them Findable Accessible Interoperable are Re-usable. There is a consensus that sharing and preserving data makes research more efficient (no need to generate same data all over again), more innovative (data re-use across..
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..
Authors (in alphabetical order): Maria Cruz, Shalini Kurapati, Yasemin Türkyilmaz-van der Velden With contribution from workshop participants (in alphabetical order): Patrick Aerts (Netherlands eScience Center + DANS), Kees den Heijer (TU Delft), Jelle de Plaa (SRON), Jordi Domingo (KNMI), Martin Donnelly (University of Edinburgh), Raman Ganguly (University of Vienna), Rolf Hut (TU Delft), Karsten Kryger..
This blog post is written by Martin Donnelly from the University of Edinburgh and was originally published on the Software Sustainability Institute blog. Late last month, I took a day trip to the Netherlands to attend an event at TU Delft entitled “Towards cultural change in data management – data stewardship in practice”. My Software Sustainability Institute..