San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
This training event forms part of the of the JISC Kaptur project (2011-2013) which aims to discover, create and pilot a sectoral model of best practice in the management of research data in the visual arts. It is a partnership between University of the Arts London, Goldsmiths (University of London), University for the Creative Arts and Glasgow School of Art.
To raise awareness of data management activities as a core component of the research process, to identify the importance of research support staff at various stages of the lifecycle, to show new tools and approaches that UAL will be utilising, and to get stakeholder input.
- Explore how digital curation can support and safeguard research
- Identify the processes and activities involved in good practice for research data management
- Provide an overview of the RDM Policy and Procedures of UAL
- Raise awareness of the free services and tools available and current support at UAL
Date: Monday 19th November 2012 10:30-13:00
Venue: Room 311, London College of Fashion, John Princes Street
Facilitators: John Murtagh (UAL/KAPTUR), Marieke Guy, Joy Davidson (DCC)
Audience: Research admin, funding support officers, librarians and other support related to in RDM.
The session will be recorded for further dissemination via KAPTUR .
Twitter hashtag: #kaptur_mrd
Conducted by UAL and Digital Curation Centre (DCC) staff.