Because of the huge interest in the first edition of the Networking Meeting Data Steward, Meet your Peers! (October 3rd @ SURF), a second meeting was held on December 1st, to accommodate everyone to participate. See the previous blog for a report of the October Meeting.
Breakout Session on Shades of Open - fab location University Library Utrecht
Again, it was a very successful meeting with almost 70 participants. This time the meeting took place at the University Library Utrecht (location Uithof). For the largest part, the programme of the first meeting was copied. Some elements were introduced to create more networking opportunities and interaction, such as the panel discussion and the Data Stewards Quizzz. Since we expected more participants this time, we also included more breakout sessions.
The programme committee of the 2nde edition was formed by Ton Smeele (Utrecht University, member of the LCRDM Working Group Engagement), Jasper van Dijck (TU Delft, also Member of the LCRDM Working Group Engagement), and again Rob Gommans (Radboud University, LCRDM Working Group Engagement), Tessa Pronk (UU, UKB Working Group Data Management) and Ingeborg Verheul (LCRDM). Tessa Pronk again chaired the meeting.
One of the outcomes of the last meeting was that there is a need for structural exchange of information between data stewards. Therefore a list was created on the online platform/wiki of the LCRDM where the data stewards can leave their contact details and an indication of their interest. The list will help to find the peers and get in touch with each other if necessary. Please feel free to add your name and make use of it.
Frans De Liagre Jasper van Dijck Mirjam Brullemans Rob Gommans
In the programme below you will find the link to the presentations.
All participants of the Meeting on December 1st have received a link to a Surf Academy evaluation form. Please give us your feedback. In the 1st half of 2018 we will be organising a large meet-up. Date, news on the programme and the location will follow soon on the platform of the LCRDM.
In the meantime: good luck with the last two weeks before the Christmas Holidays and make a note in your diary for Thursday, 8 February 2018: a large RDM conference will be held on this day in a special place in Utrecht to celebrate the achievements of the first 3 years of LCRDM, and to discuss future cooperation of RDM. All data stewards are most welcome to join!
Programme & Presentations – Friday, 1st of December 2017
University Library Utrecht (location: Uithof)
Day chair: Tessa Pronk (University Utrecht and chair UKB working group Research Data).
Word of welcome –
Tessa Pronk (University Utrecht; Chair UKB Working Group)
Plenary: Data manager, steward, officer, controller, ...? Who are you and what do you do? Mentimeter Activity –
Rob Gommans (Radboud University; member LCRDM Working Group Engagement)
1-12-17 Presentatie LCRDM meeting - Pitch.pdf
5 minute pitch:
Data Stewards are working from various focal points. Their role can be advisory, analytical, or focusing on project management, faculty support etcetera. In this session four stewards will enlighten their specific role
How do Data Stewards deal with privacy: the Code of Conduct for personal data and the GDPR in practice –
Marlon Domingus (Erasmus University; chair LCRDM WG Legal Aspects)
Monitoring versus support: What's the difference? Dividing RDM tasks between institutional data stewards and a central support desk (University Library) –
Mijke Jetten (Radboud University Library)
1-12-17 Presentatie LCRDM meeting -SmeeleHooft.pdf
Shades of Open –
Rob Hooft (Dutch Tech Center for Life Sciences/DTL; member LCRDM WG Engagement) and Ton Smeele (University Utrecht; member LCRDM WG Engagement)
13.15 - 13.45
1-12-17 Presentatie LCRDM meeting DS Quizz-za.pdf
Case 1: Metadata: data on data – how to handle metadata in all day RDM practice at Utrecht University –
Frans de Liagre Bohl & Ron Scholten (University Utrecht)
15.45 - 16.15 uur
1-12-17 Presentatie LCRDM meeting-BoehmerHigman.pdf
Plenary: How to motivate engagement? –
Jasmin Böhmer (Delft University/4TU Research Data) & Rosie Higman (Research Data Librarian, University of Manchester, UK)