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  • DMP Bingo - the good, the bad, the ugly (v.2)

    Updated to v2 on 2016-11-10

    An activity for teaching research data management and data management plans. The bingo cards have both "good" and "bad" DMP attributes which can be used for discussion.
    Set contains:
    1. Instructions
    2. A set of 20 different bingo cards in 2 formats ("ready to print" PDF file /  editable Excel file). 
    3. A zip file containing 7 DMPs
    All DMPs included in this file-set have had identifying information deleted or changed. Institutions may be identifiable but no individuals.

  • ORCID Communications Toolkit: Interactive Outreach Presentation

    This presentation includes information about ORCID (Open Researcher and Contributor ID), short quizzes, and workshop activities. Select content for your presentation according to how long you have, what is suitable for your audience’s level of knowledge, and if you want to include practical tasks. After downloading, the slides can be edited to include your institution's name and presentation details.

  • Research Data Management and Open Data

    This was a presentation during the Julius Symposium 2017 on Open Science and in particular on Open data and/or FAIR data.  Examples are given of medical and health research data.

  • Sociolegal and Empirical Legal Research - Research Data Management

    An overview presentation of research data management methods and practices - planning, file organization, storage, security, ethics, archives - with examples drawn from legal research.

    Much of the presentation is in English, but examples and some specific explanations of concepts are in Swedish.

  • The Geoscience Paper of the Future: OntoSoft Training

    This presentation was developed to train scientists on best practices for digital scholarship, reproducibility, and data and software sharing.  It was developed as part of the NSF EarthCube Initiative and funded under the OntoSoft project.  More details about the project can be found at https://www.scientificpaperofthefuture.org/gpf/index.html.

    A powerpoint version of the slides is available upon request from [email protected].

    These OntoSoft GPF training materials were developed and edited by Yolanda Gil (USC), with contributions from the OntoSoft team including Chris Duffy (PSU), Chris Mattmann (JPL), Scott Pechkam (CU), Ji-Hyun Oh (USC), Varun Ratnakar (USC), Erin Robinson (ESIP).  They were significantly improved through input from GPF pioneers Cedric David (JPL), Ibrahim Demir (UI), Bakinam Essawy (UV), Robinson W. Fulweiler (BU), Jon Goodall (UV), Leif Karlstrom (UO), Kyo Lee (JPL), Heath Mills (UH), Suzanne Pierce (UT), Allen Pope (CU), Mimi Tzeng (DISL), Karan Venayagamoorthy (CSU), Sandra Villamizar (UC), and Xuan Yu (UD).  Others contributed with feedback on best practices, including Ruth Duerr (NSIDC), James Howison (UT), Matt Jones (UCSB), Lisa Kempler (Matworks), Kerstin Lehnert (LDEO), Matt Meyernick (NCAR), and Greg Wilson (Software Carpentry).  These materials were also improved thanks to the many scientists and colleagues that have taken the training and asked hard questions about GPFs.