Two new pitches
Food for psychologists - registration open
On March 24, 2020, LCRDM and DANS are organizing an afternoon full of tips and tricks for RDM - especially for researchers in psychology and social sciences.
The program is ready and the registration is open.
Please register if you want to be there!
New practical guideline: Anonymization
To provide data stewards and research assistants with a tool to help researchers take the right measures for safe use and protection of data about people in scientific research, the LCRDM Anonymization Task Force has drawn up a generic matrix.
News (including all collaborators)
Matrix (brochure: checks per risico)
New guideline: Pseudonymization
The most recent task group report presents an overview of the current practice of pseudonymisation in small-scale research in the Netherlands, the results of a small survey and recommendations for next steps. A flyer with 9 basic steps can help with a support interview.
News item (report and flyer)
Put into practice
Science meets Heritage: retrospect
Tuesday 26 November, during "Digital Heritage Week", a joint network meeting took place between NDE and LCRDM, an afternoon where heritage and research could meet. Follow the link below to the retrospect page with presentations.
The National Coordination Point Research Data Management (LCRDM) is a national network of experts on research data management (RDM) in the Netherlands. The LCRDM connects policy and daily practice. Within the LCRDM, experts work together to put RDM topics on the agenda that require a joint national approach.
Click here for the positioning paper of the LCRDM (for 2019 and following years).
Click here for the periodic LCRDM updates.
Read more about the LCRDM.