Maybe you'd be willing to run another workshop on assessing DMP's?
From: Research Data Management discussion list [mailto:[log in to unmask]] On Behalf Of Catherine Pink
Sent: 23 April 2014 16:40
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Subject: Re: Assessment for MSc RDM module
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 (http://www.cilip.org.uk/academic-and-research-libraries-group/events/2014-conference).
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!
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> [mailto:[log in to unmask]] *On Behalf Of *Amy L.
> *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 /
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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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