A Brief Guide to Research Data Management (Portage)
Research Data Management Primer (Portage)
Foundational Practices of Research Data Management (Briney, Coates, Goben 2020)
Summer workshops TBD.
Introduction to Research Data Management
How to Write a Data Management Plan
Organizing Your Data
Making Your Data Open Access
Research Data Management for Sensitive Data
Research Data Management for Medicine and Health Sciences
Gestion des données de recherche en sciences de la santé et médecine
Comment écrire un plan de gestion de données
Open Science Best Practices: How to Write Your Neuroimaging Data Management Plan in 15 Minutes
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Portage is offering a series of webinars on RDM-related topics and training. Recordings of trainings can be found on the CARL youtube channel.
The following Portage webinars offer overviews of specific RDM topics that might be of particular interest:
Global Water Futures Webinar: (Some) Research Data Management Best Practices!
Portage has also released French versions of training videos on the Federated Research Data Repository (FRDR):
Commencer à utiliser le DFDR : Télécharger et installer Globus Connect Personal
Commencer à utiliser le DFDR : Télécharger un jeu de données
McGill has recently launched a set of self-paced online RDM training modules in MyCourses (McGill log in required).
Portage has also developed an "RDM 101" brief overview course consisting of short modules.
MANTRA is also a free online "course" on RDM, maintained by the University of Edinburgh.
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