- This cartoon (4:40 min) put together by the New York University Health Sciences Library, is about what happens when a researcher hasn't managed their data (at all). What could possibly go wrong?!
- Open/Closed/Shared: the world of data (2:51 min) from the Open Data Institute quickly demystifies data sharing options.
- Introduction to Research Data Australia (2:27 min) - Australia's data sharing aggregated catalogue
Making data open: case studies
- ASKAP Astronomy data: managing big (very big!) open data (3:00 min)
- Curtin University Digital Mineral Library: making data open in a multi-institutional research infrastructure centre for research and industry (3:10 min)
- VecNet, Mangrove Watch & Shore View: the value of open data for tropical regions (5:13 min)
- Crop Proteins with Annotate Locations (cropPAL): aggregating global data (3:33 min)
- IMAS Temperate Marine, KEEN, and Reef Life Survey Data Collections: (4:04 min) multidisciplinary and interdisciplinary data
Resources for 23 Things and 10 Things
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!
- Training/workshop groups: email email@example.com with a postal address and how many sheets you need.
- Individuals: can request a set of stickers by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Print yourself: Download the sticker template (PDF, 0.62 MB) and print onto Avery L6112C labels, which are available to order from major stationery suppliers.
If you would like multiple copies of bookmarks, email email@example.com with your postal address and how many you would like.
Snakes and ladders eResearch Infrastructure game
Borrow class sets or download, print and play this simple snakes and ladders game. You will need:
- a game counter for each player, and dice for each board
- multiple cardboard boards (we will send them to you) -or- printed copy of the game (PDF, 1.77 MB)
What's my pitch?
This document is a simple way to think about how to construct 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 your organisation. See Thing 18: Data interviews: talk the talk for how to use it in a workshop.
Sensitive data decision tree
This is available in PDF to print yourself: Download the Publishing and sharing sensitive data poster (PDF, 0.17 MB)
For multiple printed copies, email firstname.lastname@example.org with your postal address and how many you would like.