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Poster entitled "Creating an Online Training Module on Research Data Management for the University of Bath". It was presented at the 8th International Digital Curation Conference held in Mövenpick ...

Poster entitled "Creating an Online Training Module on Research Data Management for the University of Bath". It was presented at the 8th International Digital Curation Conference held in Mövenpick Hotel, Amsterdam City Centre, Amsterdam. Details at http://www.dcc.ac.uk/events/idcc13/posters-and-demonstrations Authors = Guy, Marieke (1); Pink, Catherine (2); Cope, Jez (3); Highfield, Mike (4); Organization(s): 1: DCC, UKOLN, United Kingdom; 2: Research360, UKOLN, United Kingdom; 3: Research360, University of Bath; 4: External Consultant

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  • 1.                                      Crea:ng  an  Online  Training  Module  on  RDM    Research360     Overview Instructional Design Processwill  help  researchers  at   Research360  is  developing  an  internal  online   The  design  process  has  consisted  of  four  the  University  of  Bath   training  module  for  early  career  researchers   dis2nct  stages  which  required  all  the  team  to  to  get  the  most  out  of   that  focuses  on  the  current  agenda  for   physically  meet  up  for  several  hours  and  work  their  research  data.     research  data  management  (RDM).    The   together  on  specified  outcomes.    It  is  funded  by  the  JISC   module  is  to  be  discipline  agnos2c,  focusing  on    Managing  Research   general  issues  rela2ng  to  RDM.  The  primary     Mee2ng  1:  Derive  Learning  Data  Programme.   audience  comprises  researchers,  both     Outcomes  and  objec2ves   postgraduate  and  academic  staff,  with  a     secondary  audience  of  undergraduates       Mee2ng  2:  Colla2on  of  content   undertaking  research  projects  and  professional   by  subject  experts   support  staff  wishing  to  learn  more  about  RDM     ! to  support  their  developing  roles  in  this  area.  It     is  part  of  an  overall  support  strategy,  which     Mee2ng  3:  Outlining  of  dra`   Lessons Learnt also  includes  face-­‐to-­‐face  workshops  for     design  document  Research360  Website:   postgraduates,  web  pages  and  individual     The  online  training  module  team  consisted  blogs.bath.ac.uk/ support  via  an  ins2tu2on-­‐wide  email  address.     of  subject  experts  and  e-­‐learning  research360/     Mee2ng  4:  Content  agreement  &   specialists.  Those  from  the  University  of     submission   Bath  had  knowledge  over  current  policy,   prac2ce  and  infrastructure.  The  external   consultant  offered  a  cri2cal  eye  and  helped   keep  the  need  for  simplicity  and  plain            Development  Team:   English  in  mind.  •  Marieke  Guy  (DCC)   The  instruc2onal  design  process  had  many   m.guy@ukoln.ac.uk   benefits.  Working  together  in  one  room  on  •  Catherine  Pink   one  document  ensured  that  there  were  no   versioning  issues  and  consensus  was   (Research360)   Module Development reached.  The  2me  constraints  of  working  in   C.J.Pink@bath.ac.uk  •  Jez  Cope   Crea2on  of  the  module  builds  on  previous  JISC-­‐ this  way  have  minimised  design  creep  and   (Research360)   funded  work  including  the  MANTRA  training   development  of  the  module  is  progressing   J.Cope@bath.ac.uk   module,  produced  by  the  University  of   according  to  the  original  schedule.  For  the  •  Tracey  Stead   Edinburgh.  It  is  being  developed  in  Xerte,  an   team  (external  consultant  aside)  this  has   (University  of  Bath)   open  source  e-­‐learning  developer  tool,  and  will   meant  liele  ac2vity  needed  outside  of  the   T.Stead@bath.ac.uk   be  delivered  in  Moodle,  the  University  of   The  project  team  worked  with  an  external   mee2ngs.  However  taking  large  chunks  of  •  Mike  Highfield   Bath’s  VLE.  It  will  also  be  released  as  an  Open   consultant  to  develop  appropriate  content   2me  out  of  ones  working  schedule  isn’t   (External  Consultant)   Educa2onal  Resource  (OER)  in  2013.   and  technical  aspects  of  the  module.     prac2cal  for  everyone.