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Implementation and adoption plan
“23 Things Revisited: Field Guides to Research data Management” is a project funded by RDA Europe following its Adoption Open Call in 2019. Research support staff, such as data stewards, IT support staff, librarians or policy officers, often have different levels of understanding of Research Data Management (RDM). However, they need to collaborate closely to offer state-of-the-art support for researchers wishing to do responsible RDM. The 23 Things: Libraries for Research Data resource that has been developed by the RDA's Libraries for Research Data Interest Group can act as a shared reference tool that enhances mutual understanding and improves collaboration in the Netherlands. It can also be used for quick reference and as a guideline for training. We propose to update and adjust the 23 Things to the above-mentioned audiences and stimulate nationwide adoption. The implementation plan, together with the workplan and Gantt chart describe the goals, activities, stakeholders involved in the adoption, implementation and dissemination of the '23 things' in The Netherlands.
ImplementationPlan_23 Things_Final version 20190716.pdf