The 23 (research data) Things poster lists each of the Things grouped by like subjects.
Reward yourself for each Thing you do with the specially printed 23 (research data) Things stickers. Every time you complete a Thing, take a sticker and add it to your laptop or wear it proudly on yourself!
For Community Groups
Printed sets of stickers have already been distributed to Community Groups.
If you are a Community Group leader requiring more stickers, email email@example.com with a postal address and how many sheets you need.
For individual participants
Individual participants can request a set of stickers by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Print your own
23 (research data) Things reward stickers are available to print at home. To do this, you will need to download a sticker template and print onto Avery L6112C labels, which are available to order from major stationery suppliers.
23 (research data) Things bookmarks are available to Community Groups or individual participants. ANDS also distributes these bookmarks at various events and conferences.
If you would like bookmarks, email email@example.com with your postal address and how many you would like.
Snakes and ladders game
You will need:
- 2-4 game counters (depending on number of players)
- one die
- printed copy of the game (PDF, 1.77 MB)
- 2-4 willing players!
What's my pitch?
This document is a simple way to think about key messages and possible responses that can be used to quickly and succinctly pitch research data management to researchers. The responses can be contextualised to suit what is available at your organisation. This resource is mentioned in Thing 18: Data interviews: talk the talk.
Sensitive data decision tree
This is available in PDF or printed form.
If you would like printed copies, email firstname.lastname@example.org with your postal address and how many you would like.
Building a Culture of Data Citation is available to download as a PDF or order printed copies.
If you would like printed copies of either, email email@example.com with your postal address and how many you would like.