DMPTool Webinar Series | DMPTool.org

DMPTool Webinar Series Continue

Many of you have heard much about the DMPTool by now. Those who are still unfamiliar with a data management tool called DMPTool, and for those who are interested to learn more about the DMPTool, here is a reminder of a webinar series that would be useful for introducing the tool, communicating how to use it effectively, and describing how it can be customized for institutional needs. More information is available here.

<<Webinar Schedule>>

DATE TOPIC LINKS
28 May Introduction to the DMPTool Recording and Slides
4 Jun Learning about data management: Resources, tools, materials you can use Recording and Slides and Bibliography
18 Jun Customizing the DMPTool for your institution Recording and Slides
25 Jun Environmental Scan: Who’s important at your campus Recording and Slides
9 Jul Promoting institutional services with the DMPTool; EZID as example Recording and Slides
16 Jul Health Sciences & DMPTool – Lisa Federer, UCLA Recording and Slides
30 Jul Digital humanities and the DMPTool – Miriam Posner, UCLA (rescheduled from July 23) Recording and Slides
13 Aug Data curation profiles and the DMPTool – Jake Carlson, Purdue Recording and Slides
27 Aug Talking points for meeting with institutional stakeholders Recording and Slides
24 Sep Beyond funder requirements: more extensive DMPs Registration Link
15 Oct Tools & resources that work with/complement the DMPTool (details soon) Registration Link
5 Nov Case studies – How librarians have successfully used the tool
TBD TENTATIVE: Outreach Kit Introduction
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