Biomedical and Health Research Data Management for Librarians
Biomedical & Health Research Data Management for Librarians is a rigorous online training course, sponsored by the National Library of Medicine (NLM) and the National Network of Libraries of Medicine Training Office (NTO). This course provides basic knowledge and skills for librarians interested in helping patrons manage their research data. Attending this course will improve your ability to initiate or extend research data management (RDM) services at your institution.
The primary goal of this course is to improve your knowledge and skills in research data management and enable you to add or enhance research data management training and services at your institution.
We also hope that you will build your confidence in discussing relevant issues in RDM and contribute to the growing community of information professionals with expertise in this area.
Module One: Research Data Management Overview & Data Lifecycle
Module Two: Data Curation & Documentation
Module Three: Data Standards, Taxonomies, & Ontologies
Module Four: Data Security, Storage, & Preservation
Module Five: Data Sharing & Publishing
Module Six: Data Management Plans
The major goal of this course is to provide an introduction to data issues and policies in support of developing and implementing or enhancing RDM training and services at your institution. This material is essential for decision-making and implementation of these programs, particularly instructional and reference services. The course topics include an overview of data management, choosing appropriate metadata descriptors or taxonomies for a dataset, addressing privacy and security issues with data, and creating data management plans.
Upon successful completion of this course, you will be eligible to claim 32 continuing education credits from the Medical Library Association.
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