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Workshop
“Research Data
Management”
October 9, 2017, Kyiv
PROGRAM
Center for Digital Research & Scholarship at NaUKMA
Nati...
09:00-
10:00
Registration
10:00-
10:30
Open Science, Open Access, Open Data.
Lecturer: Tetiana Yaroshenko, Vice-President ...
12:20-
12:40
What You Need to Know Before Research Data Sharing?
Lecturer: Tetiana Borysova, Head of Electronic Resources ...
Renaine Julian is the Associate Director of STEM Li-
braries as Florida State University. He has a Masters in
Library and ...
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Workshop "Research Data Management"

  1. 1. Workshop “Research Data Management” October 9, 2017, Kyiv PROGRAM Center for Digital Research & Scholarship at NaUKMA National University of Kyiv-Mohyla Academy ELibUkr
  2. 2. 09:00- 10:00 Registration 10:00- 10:30 Open Science, Open Access, Open Data. Lecturer: Tetiana Yaroshenko, Vice-President for Research and Information Technology, Head of the Center for Digital Research & Scholarship at NaUKMA, Ukraine. 10:30- 10:50 Practices in Research Data Management: European experi- ence. Lecturer: Iryna Kuchma, Open Access Program Manager at Stichting eIFL.net, eIFL, Lithuania - Netherlands. Abstract: Scientists, universities, academic institutions and academic funds of European countries pay attention to the open research data and research data management. We are going to talk about successful practices, useful resources and free online instruments for academic data management. 10:50- 11:40 Issues and Strategies in the Effectiveness of Research Data Stewardship: Perspectives from the U.S. and Florida State Uni- versity. Lecturer: Renaine Julian, Associate Director at STEM Libraries at Florida State University. Abstract: This presentation will cover current best practices and current issues in management of research data. It will also include an overview developments related to data management activities in the United States including: academ- ic institutions, academic libraries, and funding agencies. There will be a discus- sion of how to meet data management challenges and demands at the institu- tion level using Florida State University as a case study. 11:40 12:00 Coffee break 12:00- 12:20 Pilot Programme of Open Research Data for Horizon 2020. Lecturer: Iryna Kuchma, Open Access Program Manager at Stichting eIFL.net, eIFL, Lithuania - Netherlands. Abstract: Successful implementation of obligatory open access to research data due to Horizon 2020 launched a pilot program of open research data - "open as much as possible, closed as much as needed". It is about the attempt to give access to all the academic data which are generated by the projects of Horizon 2020, with minimal restrictions, keeping up with the demands of confidentiali- ty and privacy. We are going to talk about the demands of the pilot program and how to write a plan on academic data management.
  3. 3. 12:20- 12:40 What You Need to Know Before Research Data Sharing? Lecturer: Tetiana Borysova, Head of Electronic Resources Department, NaUKMA Library, Ukraine. Abstract: Not all the data could to be open or have to be shared, while all of them need to be preserved correctly, paying attention to the type and peculi- arities of each data set. About licenses for academic data, collecting metada- ta, choosing repository and other, insignificant at first sight, things that we need to know before we start sharing research data. 12:40- 13:40 Lunch break 13:40- 15:00 Workshop Getting Started: Identifying and Meeting Research Data Man- agement Needs at the Organizational Level. Trainer: Renaine Julian. Abstract: This workshop is designed for participants to discuss and develop strategies on preserving research data at that is being produced at their in- stitution. It will also include hands on activities related to needs assessments and developing a rudimentary strategic plan to provide research data man- agement services and support at their organization. 15:00- 16:00 Workshop Creating Research Data Management Plan. Trainer: Iryna Kuchma. Abstract: Creating a plan for research data management is one of the first stages to scientific research which considers what data we need for the re- search, their form and size, regularity and who is the owner of the data.. We are going to discuss where you can storage data and how to support their long-term preservation, the structure the data might have and file formats, and which data could be opened for re-use. 16:00- 16:40 Metadata: a Way to Extract Useful Data from Chaos . Lecturer: Iryna Tykhonkova, PhD, senior researcher, Institute of Molecular Biology and Genetics, NAS of Ukraine, Clarivate Analytics. Abstract Different informational systems propose different identifiers for the same information. That causes certain complications in data exchange. Metadata2020 Initiative urges to create common format that would allow to intensify information exchange.
  4. 4. Renaine Julian is the Associate Director of STEM Li- braries as Florida State University. He has a Masters in Library and Information Studies, a Master’s in Urban and Regional Planning, and a bachelor’s degree in Ur- ban and Regional Planning, all from Florida State Uni- versity. During Renaine’s career as a data and science librarian, he has worked with researchers at FSU’s campus to make research data publicly available and as well as educate students and faculty on how to be- come better stewards of research data and infor- mation. His research interests include: research data management, scholarly communication, data infor- mation literacy and, citizen science. Iryna Kuchma is the Open Access Program Manager at Stichting eIFL.net (eIFL, Lithuania - Netherlands). To- gether with 50 partners from all EU countries, she works at the OpenAIRE project (Open Access Institute for European Studies, https://www.openaire.eu/) - an initiative for support in Open Access, Open Research Data and Open Science in Europe. Iryna also coordi- nates the training program of the European project FOSTER (https://www.fosteropenscience.eu/) for the development of educational and educational programs in open science. Trainers bio

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