Registration Open – Workshop: “Teaching Research Data Management with the New England Collaborative Data Management Curriculum”
Registration is now open for the workshop, “Teaching Research Data Management with the New England Collaborative Data Management Curriculum” that will be held on Friday November 8th at the Beechwood Hotel, 367 Plantation St., Worcester.
This class is a “train the trainer” class and is intended for librarians who will be teaching best practices in research data management to science, health science, and/or engineering students and faculty. During the workshop, Elaine Martin, Andrew Creamer and Donna Kafel will be demonstrating the components of the New England Collaborative Data Management Curriculum and discussing ways that the curriculum materials can be used and customized.
Registrants for the workshop must attend a prerequisite webinar, “Best Practices for Teaching Research Data Management and Consulting on Data Management Plans in New England” that will be held on Thursday, October 31st from 12-1 pm. (this webinar will be archived so if you are unable to attend it on Oct. 31st you may view it anytime thereafter and prior to the Nov. 8th class).
The number of attendees for this workshop will be limited to 40. Registration for the workshop is on a first-come, first-serve basis. The fee for the workshop is $35 (no refunds will be issued). The webinar is free, but to attend the live webinar, you must register.
For further details on the workshop and the webinar and to register, see http://libraryguides.umassmed.edu/teachingRDM