Rdm training presentation 16.01.2013

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Presentation given by Anne Spalding, KAPTUR Project Officer for University for the Creative Arts as part of the UCA RDM training workshop given on 16th January 2013.

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Rdm training presentation 16.01.2013

  1. 1. RDM trainingpart one: basic principles Anne Spalding 16.01.2013
  2. 2. Session outline• Overview of the first hour• Learning outcomes• Kaptur project at UCA
  3. 3. Learning outcomes• Understand the nature of research data in the visual arts.• Appreciate the importance of research data and funder requirements.• Recognise the basic principles of appropriate curation and preservation of research data.
  4. 4. Kaptur project at UCA• Interviews• Environmental Assessment Report• RDM policy at UCA
  5. 5. What is research data?• Introduction• Discussion in pairs/groups• Feedback
  6. 6. Why?The importance of research data• Drivers• AHRC• Good research practice
  7. 7. Definitions of research data• "Anything which is used or created to generate new knowledge and interpretations. ‘Anything’ may be objective or subjective; physical or emotional; persistent or ephemeral; personal or public; explicit or tacit; and is consciously or unconsciously referenced by the researcher at some point during the course of their research. Research data may or may not lead to a research output, which regardless of method of presentation, is a planned public statement of new knowledge or interpretation.“ Leigh Garrett
  8. 8. Principles of data curationand preservation, 1 – overviewWhy curateWhat is it?Preservation
  9. 9. Principles of data curationand preservation, 2 – data lifecycle• DCC curation lifecycle model
  10. 10. Principles of data curation and preservation, 3 - curationFOIIPRethicalFunder, requirementsinternal policy/research select -what -why -who present curate showcase organise formats metadata look after/ preserve
  11. 11. Principles of data curationand preservation, 4 - preservation• Longevity• Integrity• Accessibility
  12. 12. Assessment• One thing you know now that you didn’t know before today – Pink post it note• What more would you like to know – Yellow post it note• What are you expecting from session two – Green post it note
  13. 13. Learning outcomes met?• Understand the nature of research data in the visual arts.• Appreciate the importance of research data and funder requirements.• Recognise the basic principles of appropriate curation and preservation of research data.
  14. 14. Selected further sources• Pryor, Graham ed. (2012). Managing Research Data. London: Facet Publishing• http://datalib.edina.ac.uk/mantra/• http://www.dcc.ac.uk/• http://www.dcc.ac.uk/resources/curation-lifecycle-model• http://kapturmrd01.eventbrite.co.uk/• http://www.projectcairo.org/• http://www.research.ucreative.ac.uk/1054/• http://www.vads.ac.uk/kaptur/• http://vocab.bris.ac.uk/data/glossary• Online sources accessed January 2013
  15. 15. Questions?

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