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Surviving and thriving in a data-driven research environment

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Surviving and thriving in a data-driven research environment

  1. 1. Surviving and thriving in a data-driven research environment Digital skills workshops for early career researchers Armin Straube, Research Data Manager
  2. 2. Supporting the research process Research Question Literature Review Formulate Hypothesis Design Study Run Study Analyse Results Report Results Pre-registration of study and Registered Reports Sharing research data, documentation and code Open Notebooks Documentation of data, study design, procedures, materials, data analytic plan Data Management Plan Preprints Peer-reviewed publications Systematic Reviews Measure Impact Secure Funding
  3. 3. Supporting skills acquisition • UL library runs regular workshops on • Tidy Data in Spreadsheets • Data Cleaning with OpenRefine • Python Introduction • R Introduction • Courses are bundled into the Research Data and Digital Skills Summer school Courses aim at: • Learners with little or no prior computational experience • Researchers in all disciplines • Focus on Early Career Researchers
  4. 4. Teaching style and approach • The Carpentries are an international network that develops and teaches workshops on the fundamental data skills needed to conduct research. • The Carpentry approach is: • Hands-on • Collaborative • Emphasizing peer-learning and • Encouraging experimentation • Open for change and development • Carpentry lessons tie into support for non-traditional research outputs (Research Data, Open Software, Open Educational Resources)
  5. 5. What is next? Potential next steps • Expanding coverage of topics and tools • Offering courses for undergraduates • Adding specialist workshops Requirements • Train - the - Trainer • Community of practice • Support of lesson development Upcoming NORF funded project: Training for Open Research in an Irish Context (TROPIC)
  6. 6. Questions are welcome now or later ul.ie Armin Straube Research Data Manager armin.straube@ul.ie @ArminStraube Thank you

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