The SSH Training Discovery Toolkit provides an inventory of training materials relevant for the Social Sciences and Humanities.
Use the search bar to discover materials or browse through the collections. The filters will help you identify your area of interest.
|Delivering RDM Services - Roadmaps||
One of the topic of the MOOC Delivering Research Data Management Services. This part helps the learner to develop a roadmap for delivering research data services at their own institution.
|Workshop Report "Training in the EOSC"||
This report provides recommendations regarding Rules of Participation for training as well as recommendations regarding practical guidance for training service providers. It is based on the workshop that took place from 26-28 February 2020 in The Hague, The Netherlands. The workshop was organised by DANS in collaboration with EUDAT, EGI and OpenAIRE.
|A new generation of tools for meeting and networking online||
There is a new generation of tools that enriches the toolset of online facilitators. Comprising the tools Wonder me, Remo, Videofacilitator, Spatial Chat, Gather and Gemibo, this blog will compare them and evaluate their functions.
|Data Carpentry Social Sciences Onboarding||
The Social Sciences workshop can be taught using R as the base language. Onboarding video for preparing Carpentry Instructors to teach the Data Carpentry Social Sciences curriculum.
|Online Digital Preservation Training||
Part of The National Archives’ new digital capacity building strategy, ‘Plugged In, Powered Up,’ the Novice to Know-How learning pathway aims to provide beginners with the skills required to develop and implement simple digital preservation workflows within their organisation. It starts with a broad introduction to digital preservation issues and describes the measures we can take to address these. It then delves into potential workflows in more detail, examining the issues to consider, steps to take, and technological solutions that can deployed. An emphasis is placed on free, easy-to-use solutions, and includes detailed demos of how to use the key tool, DROID. Course content is provided as mix of video, text, and quizzes.
|How to make your event successful and eligible for EU funding: Event management for Research Infrastructures (Webinar)||
The Event management webinar will focus on practical aspects of event organisation within EU research projects and will guide you through some of the most important considerations and criteria for events funded from EU projects. It will also present a step-by-step guide for event organisation to help you plan and organise your events, while avoiding common mistakes which may lead to many stressful situations. The webinar will also cover communication and promotion and will give you practical tips to promote your event and efficiently communicate its outcomes. At the end of webinar you will be able to download the practical guidelines for your future events.
|National Coordination Point Research Data Management: RDM Advice and Tips||
National Coordination Point Research Data Management (LCRDM) is a national network of experts in the field of research data management (RDM). This website includes topics on RDM, data management support, digital competence centres, data infrastructure, guidelines, etc.
|Digital Preservation Coalition||
As it plays a key role for the DPC to empower and develop their members’ workforces, this page provides access to different training resources that aim to provide beginners with the skills required to develop and implement simple digital preservation workflows within their organisation.
|Dutch Digital Heritage Network: Training and Education||
In this project we are developing a training programme in which employees of heritage institutions gain the knowledge they need to make digital heritage visible, usable and sustainable. They can then get started with the facilities that are available in the network. We are also creating a train-the-trainer programme to ensure that there are enough professionals who can transfer the knowledge. If we want to increase the active use of digital heritage collections, we must start by making those collections permanently accessible, preferably in open formats. The relevant knowledge and expertise that is available varies from institution to institution. That is why the Digital Heritage Network strives to ensure adequate support for heritage institutions with, as yet, insufficient expertise. Everyone should be able to receive tailor-made knowledge and advice for improving the accessibility of digital heritage.
|The new social learning blog||
In The new social learning blog, suggestions for online training and toolkits and for designing online or blended learning are made. A new generation of tools that enriches the toolset of online facilitators is listed.