Workshop Series: RDM for Creative Arts and Humanities

Tue. Aug. 24, 2021

Is your research focused on artistic or creative practices, anthropology, history, historic or cultural geography, languages, linguistics, literatures, philosophy, religion, or the study of texts or images? Join us for Research Data Management (RDM) Support for the Creative Arts and Humanities, a workshop series that will introduce creative arts and humanities scholars to information, tools and resources designed to help you prepare for the ever-evolving RDM policy landscape, and for managing your data day-to-day. More information and registration links below.


Workshop #1: Demystifying RDM for the Creative Arts and Humanities

Friday, September 10th: 12:30pm – 1:30pm

The first workshop in this series aims to demystify RDM and the new Tri-Agency RDM Policy for the creative arts and humanities. First, this workshop will consider the variety of research data types, language used and practices employed by creative arts and humanities communities that uniquely position them in the RDM landscape. Second, this workshop will discuss the assumptions, considerations and challenges faced by these communities, in managing their data. Finally, this workshop will contextualize the Tri-Agency RDM Policy for those in the creative arts and humanities, and offer practical advice for preparing your grant proposals this fall and winter.

Presented by: Jaime Orr, Research Data Management Librarian

Register here: https://us06web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZ0ucumgrj0vHNaFezs5QI-bsfvCOdCRrjTa