We have reached an important milestone: this spring LCRDM celebrates its fifth birthday! We would like to invite you to the special online LUSTRUM edition of our network-meeting.
The program includes:
- Joep van Wijk Dutch Research Council (NWO) | Domain Science on Thematic DCCs
- Silvia Kempers (Projectmanager DCC praktijkgericht onderzoek) needs your input on questions from researchers
- Jessica Hrudey (Research Data officer, VU) on domain-specific DMPs
- Erik van den Bergh Coordinator infrastructure WDCC, WU) on linking datasets
- The DCC spring trainings
- A carrousel with results from LCRDM taskgroups
- Lou Woodley, Director at Center for Scientific Collaboration and Community Engagement (CSCCE), on Community Building and Engagement
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Hope to see you all at our online LCRDM Lustrum. The detailed program will be published here shortly.
'Open Science' and LCRDM
RDM advice and tips
RDM in the Netherlands
Pitch Medical Device Regulation and RDM support
Amsterdam UMC, location VUmc has submitted a pitch for a new LCRDM task group. The goal of this task group is to:
- map out whether and how Universities and UMCs are preparing for the new MDR legislation
- determine what support general RDM support (for example, the central data steward) should be able to offer
- determine what other support within the (own) organisation should be available (in the area of technological and related monitoring or legal requirements).
23 Things: Audience specific
Pool of Experts
The National Coordination Point Research Data Management (LCRDM) is a national network of research data management (RDM) experts. 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.