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|FAIR from the perspective of the Humanities||
Slides presented at the Applying the FAIR data principles in day-to-day library practice workshop at the LIBER2019 conference on 29.06.2019.
|FAIR data management|
|Ethical and legal issues in managing and sharing data|
|Webinar: Meeting funders’ requirements – archiving and data sharing||
YouTube Video: This introductory webinar is for anyone who is involved in the collection of data and is considering making (some of) their data available in accordance with funders’ requirements. This webinar aims to raise awareness about relevant key data management practices for sharing, specifically regarding data documentation, gaining consent, and data anonymisation. it provides a short theoretical introduction, including what FAIR means and how it is implemented, as well as practical illustrations drawing on a large-scale cross-national survey (the European Social Survey). It also provides some practical tips with respect to data archiving, in particular how to choose an appropriate archive or repository.
|First Steps Towards Digital Preservation||
This training workshop on digital preservation consists of annotated slides and exercises for a two-day introductory workshop on the topic of digital preservation for people responsible for (planning) the curation and preservation of digital assets.
Like in any profession, scientists are frequently faced with dilemmas: Can I exclude particular observations from my research? Can I use exactly the same data set for multiple papers? Should I agree on a colleague being a co-author on a paper to which she has not made a significant contribution? The Dilemma Game confronts researchers with difficult dilemmas in the context of a critical dialogue, supporting them in further developing their own 'moral compass'. For years, the Dilemma Game was played as a card game, but in 2020 the game has been digitalized. The Dilemma Game app now allows researchers to use the game anytime, anywhere, on their own, or together with peers and colleagues.
|LEGO: Metadata for Reproducibility game pack||
This is a set of resources for the LEGO® Metadata for Reproducibility game. The LEGO® Metadata for Reproducibility game is an interactive game for 4-24 players, using LEGO® to help researchers explore the metadata they might need to record to aid reproducibility. The game addresses issues including planning for metadata, formats of metadata recording, standards and automation. The game also draws multiple parallels between recording and communicating the research process and documenting and the creation of a LEGO® model. The process of playing the game draws researchers into discussions on how metadata is captured, recorded and disseminated, which in turn provides an opportunity for signposting to further resources in this area.
|Erasmus University Rotterdam||
Erasmus University Rotterdam is a highly ranked, international research university, based in the dynamic and diverse city of Rotterdam.
Education and Research
Founded in 1913, it is currently one the biggest universities of the Netherlands with a student population of 29,000 and a research community of circa 1,400. Scholars and students in seven faculties and two institutions work on global social challenges in the areas of:
As part of a large global network of academic partnerships, in strategic alliance with Leiden University and Delft University of Technology and in a unique collaboration with city and port, the dynamic city of Rotterdam serves as our laboratory.
|Copyright Guide at the University of Sussex||
Copyright gives legal protection to the creators of certain kinds of work so that they can control the way they may be exploited. Copyright law in the UK is governed by the Copyright, Designs and Patents Act 1988, as amended. Under the Act, copyright subsists in the following works:
|The Library Advisory Group (LAG) at the University of Essex||
Library Services at the University of Essex comprises 3 libraries located in Colchester, Loughton, and Southend with main services based at the Albert Sloman Library in Colchester. Our Library Services teams are based across all three campuses in Colchester, Loughton, and Southend, and provide access to educational and research resources, high quality learning environments and specialist support in making the best use of information in all forms. With live chat, one-to-one slots to meet librarians, and 24/7 access to online resources, the Library is here to offer academic support to help you through your degree and beyond.