Feb 25
Toy piano in front of a shelf with CDs

Toy Piano

"Toy piano in front of a shelf with CDs" CC BY Creator: Martin Albrecht-Hohmaier, Owner: Martin Albrecht-Hohmaier

Well planned and executed research data management (RDM for short) is highly recommendable with regard to efficient work. Whether for working in one's own IT environment or in the case of collaborative work in decentralised structures – a comprehensible system of research data is indispensable for working efficiently.
At the latest, when it comes to planning a research project, RDM becomes necessary and has been expected for some time by the DFG and other funding institutions in the form of RDM plans for applications to be submitted.

The course, jointly organised by NFDI4Culture and IAML DE, is primarily aimed at music librarians and takes the current situation as its starting point: Although there are already numerous offers, especially digital training formats, on this topic, there are only a few that also deal with media-specific data relevant to the field of music (studies).
In the course, we would like to focus on the data lifecycle, introduce various information and contact points such as the NFDI4Culture Helpdesk, and discuss case studies from among the participants.

With regard to the last point, we have included a question in the registration form for all participants and further ask for corresponding notes or questions upon registration.

The course will take place in German on 25th February 2022 from 9.30 a.m. to 12 p.m. as a digital event via Zoom. To participate, please register no later than the 14th of February 2022 via our registration form and you will receive more information and the Zoom link prior to the event.