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E-RIHS Bootcamp Sustainable Data for the Heritage Sciences
6 July 2022
Location: Rijksdienst voor Cultureel Erfgoed (RCE), locations Amersfoort & Amsterdam
29 & 30 June, 1 & 6 July 2022 | A Bootcamp especially for data stewards, data managers, or researchers in heritage sciences. In four intensive and interactive mornings you will learn the basics of storing, managing and keeping accessible analytical research data connected to digital heritage data and/or (museum) collections.
Are you a data steward, data manager, or researcher in the heritage sciences? Are you or will you be responsible for managing research data, or do you have to manage research data that are connected to the (museum) collection(s) of your organisation? Do you want to preserve your data in a structured and durable way and make it easily shareable and accessible for others? Then sign up for the Sustainable Data Bootcamp of E-RIHS!
In four intensive and interactive mornings you will learn the basics of sustainable storage, management and accessibility of digital heritage data and analytical research data. You will learn more about metadata, data policy and how the aspects of good data management come together in a data management plan. Under the guidance of two experienced coaches, you get to work with (your) data and your fellow participants. The Bootcamp is partly based on the existing courses of Learning to preserve (NL) and Essentials 4 Data Support (NL).
The Bootcamp is aimed primarily at employees of the universities, organisations and museums that together make up the Dutch E-RIHS network. The online registration form provides an overview of these organisations. However, interested and motivated participants from other museums, universities and research institutes with a clear connection to heritage sciences are also more than welcome.
The Bootcamp is coordinated by DANS, as part of a project that DANS, together with others, is carrying out for the Dutch E-RIHS.nl network in formation. The Bootcamp will be held in Dutch.
For more information on the format and content, and for registration, please go directly to the registration page.
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