Kaptur presentation-john-murtagh-rdm-intro-191112

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This presentation was given by John Murtagh, Project Officer for University of the Arts London at the KAPTUR training event held on Monday 19th November and supported by DCC through the Institutional Engagement project.

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Kaptur presentation-john-murtagh-rdm-intro-191112

  1. 1. An overview of the KAPTUR projectJohn MurtaghIntroduction to Research Data Management at University of theArts London – 19 November 2012
  2. 2. 1 October 2011 – 31 March 2013
  3. 3. Aims KAPTUR will discover, create and pilot a sectoral model of best practice in the management of research data in the visual arts.  Kaptur will support the creation of the model  Apply, test and pilot it within the respective institutions.  Results will be fed back into the model, revised & then published freely to the wider HE community for use and reuse.
  4. 4. Outcomes 1 Environmental analysis report Sectoral model of best practice in the management of research data specifications Toolkits, training materials, workshops, case studies, guidance notes, policies, technical requirements analysis, and financial and sustainability plans.
  5. 5. Outcomes 2 Creation of a pilot demonstrator data management research service. Creation of four institutional pilot data management research systems.
  6. 6. Project Milestones 1• Monthly progress reports• Environmental Assessment Report• Research Data Management Discussion paper• Technical Analysis Report• Training Plan• Four Institutional Workshops for visual arts data managers
  7. 7. Project Milestones 2• Toolkit for visual arts researchers• Toolkit for visual arts data managers• Four Institutional Data Management Policies (drafted and in the process of approval)• Four Institutional Business and Sustainability Plans• Pilot Demonstrator Service
  8. 8. Project Milestones 3• At least 3 external presentations/papers/publications• Four case studies (to be presented at the conference)• End of project conference (scheduled for 6th March 2013)• Final report
  9. 9. Key Achievements SO FAR...(12 in depth Raised awarenessinterviews) raised of what researchawareness of data is in the visualresearch data artsmanagement withresearchersIncreasedknowledge in RDM Policy andtypes of the procedures in eachresearch data institution bybeing produced January 2013
  10. 10. Key Achievements SO FAR...Conference: IncreasedManaging the awareness withMaterial: Tackling differentVisual Arts as stakeholders ofResearch Data RDM14 September 2012Developedworking Opened discussionsdefinitions and with IT about datadiscussed storagecomplexity ofdata
  11. 11. Data Storage - Research Data Management PilotDemonstratorThree different systems - The Comprehensive Knowledge Archive Network (CKAN)
  12. 12. DCC Institutional EngagementTrainingprogramme2012-2013
  13. 13. Further information• Kaptur Project http://www.vads.ac.uk /kaptur/ Managing the Material: Tackling• Kaptur Project blog Visual Arts as Research Data http://kaptur.wordpres 14 September 2012 http://kapturmrd01.eventbrite.co.uk/ s.com• Presentations http://www.slideshare. net/kaptur_mrd Slide 1 photo London Hatwalk by kenjonbro
  14. 14. Contacthttp://twitter.com/UAL_Kaptur#kaptur_mrd#jiscmrd Slide 1 photo London Hatwalk by kenjonbro

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