(New) Data Curation Network – Event Series (ODSS, NLM)
About the Series
The Office of Data Science Strategy (ODSS), in partnership with the National Library of Medicine (NLM), is organizing an event series led by the Data Curation Network (DCN). DCN is a project funded by the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation, comprised of professional data curators, data management experts, data repository administrators, disciplinary scientists, and scholars from academic institutions and non-profit data repositories that steward research data for future use. To prepare for the implementation of the NIH Data Management and Sharing Policy, researchers will need to gain new skills in managing and sharing their data. This event series will provide new approaches, methods, and best practices from representatives of the Data Curation Network on management, curation, and sharing to promote transparency, reproducibility, and reuse of research data. The first event in the series will educate researchers broadly about DCN experts, their services, the role of institutional libraries, and curation resources. Subsequent events will focus on other stakeholders – program officers, other community researchers, and repository owners – to provide training and access to resources, including a bring-your-own-data curation workshop. This is expected to help the NIH research community better manage and prepare their data, making it more useful and usable for others. The content generated from this series will be also made available online as self-paced training material for broader use.
Event 4: CURATE(D) Workshop (In-person)
April 12-13, 2023
Apply today for this 2 day in-person curation workshop based on CURATED workflows. Applications due February 17.
This page last reviewed on January 10, 2023