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Is Your Research Future Proof? Data Management Techniques & Tools for Digital Historians

Wuttke, Ulrike

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  <dc:creator>Wuttke, Ulrike</dc:creator>
  <dc:description>Slides for a Research Data Management Training, incl. introduction to the research data management tool RDMO  held during the conference "Teaching History in the Digital Age – international Perspectives (DHI Paris), 17.06.2019 (announcement: https://dhdhi.hypotheses.org/5896)

	Audience type: Beginner level, humanists
	Length: 3h
	Languague: English

Learning objectives: 

• will be able to explain what is (their) humanities research data
• understand Open Principles and the Open Science vision
• can summarize the FAIR principles in a Humanities context
• understand importance of FAIR RDM for their own research
• understand how writing a DMP can help their research
• know the topic areas of a DMP
• have acquired a basic understanding how to address them
• know the data management tool RDMO and have used it
• know where to look for further resources</dc:description>
  <dc:title>Is Your Research Future Proof? Data Management Techniques &amp; Tools for Digital Historians</dc:title>
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