I've been reviewing DMPs for ESRC (and other funder) grant applications
for over a year as part of our research data service.
If you're able to attend, my colleague and I are running a workshop on
DMPs at the CILIP ARLG conference in Brighton this June
Alternatively, I'd be happy to discuss my experience on DMP reviews so
far in person.
Dr Catherine Pink
Research Data Scientist
The Library, University of Bath
Bath, BA2 7AY
Contact: [log in to unmask], +44(0)1225 384791
Research Data Management: go.bath.ac.uk/research-data
On 23/04/2014 16:26, Valerie McCutcheon wrote:
> We haven’t considered this as far as I am aware but a good idea for us
> to explore so thanks for that!
> *From:*Research Data Management discussion list
> [mailto:[log in to unmask]] *On Behalf Of *Amy L. Nurnberger
> *Sent:* 17 May 2013 15:47
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> *Subject:* Re: Assessment for MSc RDM module
> David Fearon from Johns Hopkins University Data Management Services
> talked yesterday, at the public comment session on the OSTP memo
> regarding public access to data, about the guidance they've developed on
> assessing DMPs . He may be able to contribute something.
> Amy Nurnberger, Research Data Manager
> Center for Digital Research and Scholarship
> Columbia University / 212.851.2827
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> On 5/17/13 10:17 AM, Joanna Ball wrote:
> Dear all
> We’re running our first MSc optional module in RDM here at Sussex
> this summer as part of our ESRC Doctoral Training Centre’s MSc in
> Social Research Methods. The course is credit bearing and so will
> need to be assessed. (The usual assessment for these modules is a
> paper of 1000-1500 words.)
> As most of our DTC MScs are planning to go on to doctoral research,
> a logical form of assessment would be the development of a data
> management plan for their PhD.
> Does anyone have experience of assessing RDM modules or data
> management plans that they would be willing to share?
> Many thanks
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> Joanna Ball
> Research Support Manager
> University of Sussex Library, Falmer, Brighton BN1 9QL
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