A national strategy for research data management

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fragment RDA 23 Things updated versie

As a first intermediate deliverable the task group produced an update of "23 Things" for the Dutch community. Your remarks are most welcome! Please reply here: edu.nl/7uvqx - before 27 October (NB Use 'Suggestions' from the Edit menu and/or 'Comments' from the Insert menu.)

23 Things Updated version 

Read the second blog in the series about the LCRDM RDA 23 Things project - the sprints which provided input for the above published version. A second round of sprints, on adoption, has been scheduled.

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Heritage and Science

In the Digital Heritage Week (end of November), LCRDM and the Digital Heritage Network will organise a meeting on 26 November to further explore collaboration between heritage and research.

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New: Positioning Paper

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The LCRDM advisory group publishes the "Positioning Paper 2019 and beyond". This describes - on the basis of thematic prioritization and three broader (policy-based) working areas - what does and does not fall within the scope of the LCRDM.

Data stewardship

"It’s incredibly helpful – brilliant summary of the state of the art of data stewardship in the Netherlands."

Data Stewardship

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Coordination point

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How do we cope with the explosion of data in research and education in the Netherlands? How can we store everything securely so that it remains accessible for reuse, also in the long run? How do we assure scientific integrity?

The National Coordination Point Research Data Management facilitates a national approach to research data management.

Click here for the February Update.

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