Events

Upcoming Events

Portage Webinar: Data Management and the Transition to NDRIO Update

Date: March 31, 2020

Time: 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM EDT

Location: Online

2020

In this free webinar, the Portage Network will share an update on the data management landscape and the transition to the New Digital Research Infrastructure Organization (NDRIO). We will explore the progress being made by the Portage Network in finding solutions to practical challenges researchers and institutions face in meeting journal and funding-agency requirements regarding data management.  In addition, we will share the strides Portage has made in responding to the three pillars of the forthcoming Tri-Agency Research Data Management Policy.  Attendees will learn about how Portage continues to innovate and contribute to the RDM ecosystem on both practical and policy fronts as it moves towards the transition to the New Digital Research Infrastructure Organization (NDRIO).

The Portage Network, an initiative of the Canadian Association of Research Libraries (CARL) with the goal of building research data management (RDM) capacity in Canada through a network of experts in a growing community of practice.

Jeff Moon is the Director of Portage, a national, library-based network launched by the Canadian Association of Research Libraries (CARL) with the goal of building capacity and coordinating RDM activities in Canada.

More information about NDRIO: https://engagedri.ca/ 

This webinar will be recorded.

Research Data Management for Digitally-Curious Humanists

Start date: June 6, 2020

End date: June 7, 2020

Location: University of Victoria, Victoria, BC

2020

The University of Victoria Libraries and Electronic Textual Cultures Lab are pleased to announce that registration is now open for the SSHRC-funded event: Research Data Management for Digitally-Curious Humanists

Join keynote speaker, Miriam Posner, and colleagues from across the Humanities during the middle-weekend of DHSI (https://dhsi.org/) to discuss and identify unique considerations for managing “humanities research data”. Participants will have the opportunity to connect with data management specialists, and to gain hands-on experience developing a data management plan.

Participate in a community-building forum, featuring presentations from leading researchers and round-table discussions.

Topics include:

·         What is—and is not—appropriate to be considered as “humanities data”?
·         Challenges of working with other researchers’ data vs. creating your own data
·         Challenges with the sustainability of humanities data
·         Library and other stakeholder roles in supporting humanities-based data management
·         Taking the funding realities of humanities research into account with RDM
·         Ethics protocols around using, storing, and publishing humanities data

Anxious about submitting a data management plan to the Tri-Agency?

Day 2  will take shape as a workshop, giving researchers the dedicated time and space to start writing a data management plan. Research data management specialists will be on site to facilitate discussions and problem-solving. (Participation in this workshop is limited)

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