How do researchers in the Netherlands think about research data management? The National Coordination Point Research Data Management (LCRDM) is doing a survey and is looking for respondents.
What is your opinion of research data management (RDM)? How do you deal with the RDM requirements of research funders and your own research institute? In how far is RDM part of your daily activities as a researcher? Do you need any technical facilities? Do you get enough support?
The National Coordination Point Research Data Management is doing an online survey and asks researchers to give their opinion of RDM. Will you take part? Thank you very much in advance!
Filling in the questionnaire takes at most 10 minutes of your time. The survey closes on 15 August 2016.
At the request of the VSNU (Association of Universities in the Netherlands), SURF has set up a National Coordination Point Research Data Management (LCRDM). Working groups of representatives from universities, university medical centres, applied universities and research institutions consult on all aspects of research data management in the Netherlands.
UvA and HvA take part in three of the five working groups – Facilities and data infrastructure, Legal aspects and ownership, and Support of the researcher. You would greatly help these colleagues and their working group partners by giving your opinion of RDM in the survey.
UvA and HvA researchers who have practical questions on research data management, may find feedback on the UvA/HvA RDM website.