About the workshop
During this event, we will explore these issues. First, Danny Kingsley from the University of Cambridge will speak about research integrity and research reproducibility as the drivers for better data stewardship practices. This will be followed by case studies from TU Delft and from other organisations about the practical implementation of data stewardship. Subsequently, participants will be invited to take part in smaller focus groups and workshops on the topic. Finally, Kim Huijpen from the Association of Universities in the Netherlands (VSNU) will speak about rewarding researchers for doing quality research.
Who should come?
- Research support staff caring about embedding good data management practices
- Researchers interested in hearing about the benefits of good data management
- Senior administrative staff
- Funders and policy makers
- Anyone willing to contribute to the discussion about cultural change in data management
- 09.30 - 10.00: Registrations and coffee
- 10.00 - 10.10: Opening remarks by Alastair Dunning
- 10.10 - 10.55: Keynote speech by Dr Danny Kingsley from the University of Cambridge: The ‘end of the expert’: why science needs to be above criticism
- 10.55 - 11.05: Vision for Data Stewardship at TU Delft by Marta Teperek
- 11.05 - 11.30: Coffee break
- 11.30 - 12.30: Case studies - Data Stewardship at TU Delft
- 12.30 - 13.15: Lunch break + signing up for interactive sessions
- 13:15 - 13:30: Maximizing flexibility and cooperation: Governance of Data stewardship at Utrecht Universityby Martine Pronk, Utrecht University Library
- 13:30 - 13:45 Institutional data stewardship changes the RDM landscape: experiences from the Radboud University, Inge Slouwerhof, Radboud University Library
- 13:45 - 14:00 Research Data Management at Stockholm University by ‘piecemeal social engineering' by Joakim Philipson, Stockholm University Library
- 14:00-14:10 Q&A
- 14.15 - 15.15: Parallel interactive sessions
Carrot or stick, my role as a Data Steward in Research data management
Data Management and Academic Integrity
Software reproducibility - how to put it into practice?
Why is this a good Data Management Plan?
Tagging privacy-sensitive data according to the new European privacy legislation: GDPR DataTags – a prototype
- 15.15 - 15.40: Reports from interactive sessions
- 15.40 - 16.00: Coffee break
- 16:00 - 16:30: Keynote speech by Kim Huijpen from the Association of Universities in the Netherlands (VSNU): Giving scientists more of the recognition they deserve
- 16.30 - 16:50: Closing keynote by Ingeborg Verheul from the National Coordination Point Research Data Management (LCRDM): Data Stewardship? Meet your peers!
- 16.50 - 17.00: Closing remarks by Wilma van Wezenbeek, TU Delft Library Director
- 17.00 - 18.00: Drinks reception
- 18.00: Conference close
- Exchange practice in embedding data stewardship across institutions
- Inspire each other about what works well
- Learn from national and international experts about the drivers behind good data stewardship agenda
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