What is your opinion on research data management (RDM)?
How do you deal with RDM requirements of research funders and the University of Twente? To what extent is RDM part of your daily activities as a researcher? Do you need any technical facilities? Are you getting enough support?
The National Coordination Point Research Data Management (LCRDM) wants to know what researchers in the Netherlands think about research data management. Taking the survey will take 10 minutes max and allow us to better support researchers at the University of Twente. The survey closes on August 15th, 2016.
LCRDM was set up by SURF, at the request of the VSNU (association of universities in the Netherlands). The Dutch universities, university medical centres, applied universities and research institutions are represented in working groups that consult about all aspects of research data management in the Netherlands.
The University of Twente takes part in the working group Awareness/Engagement. You would greatly help this group by taking the survey and giving your opinion on RDM.
More information about RDM
For more information, visit Library, ICT Services & Archive’s pages on research data management. For a full understanding of RDM and guidance in setting up your data management plan, sign up for our course on Data Management. If you have any further questions, please contact your information specialist.