Leiden Islam Blog

Dossier: Data management

  • Introducing the Leiden University Data Network

    Introducing the Leiden University Data Network

    A network will be established during 2019 by the Centre for Digital Scholarship to support Leiden University’s data stewards. Anyone at the university with a role or interest in supporting research data management is invited to register and participate.
  • Love to share data? Come along and share the love!

    Love to share data? Come along and share the love!

    We love you to share your data! Join us and researchers from across the Netherlands on 14th February in The Hague at “Love to share data”, an afternoon of stimulating discussions, presentations and networking opportunities for all. Registration is free.
  • The Data Management perspective @ Leiden Law School

    The Data Management perspective @ Leiden Law School

    Since funders, university and publishers have strict requirements on responsible research data management, there is a great need for experts in the field who can advise and support researchers in a practical way. One of these experts is Mareike Boom.
  • Think Twice Before Sharing Your Docs

    Think Twice Before Sharing Your Docs

    Earlier this month, Yandex turned up results from Google Docs that clearly were not meant to be visible to a broader public. On the night of 4th-5th July, Russia’s premier search engine Yandex showed it is capable of returning shared documents in its sea
  • Datamanagers network event

    Datamanagers network event

    The Centre for Digital Scholarship organises a network event for all datamanagers within Leiden University and the LUMC. Main goal is to get to know each other, learn about the different roles, share best practices and find solutions to common problems.
  • Fostering effective data management practices

    Fostering effective data management practices

    Want to learn more on the coming about of our data services catalogue? Liber Quarterly has published our article “Fostering effective data management practices at Leiden University”.
  • New NWO and H2020 guidelines for research data

    New NWO and H2020 guidelines for research data

    NWO and the European Commission have recently broadened the scope of their data management requirements to all funding instruments and thematic areas. This actually means that open research data will be the standard.
  • What is your opinion on research data management?

    What is your opinion on research data management?

    How do researchers in the Netherlands think about research data management? The NationalCoordination Point Research Data Management (LCRDM) is doing a national survey and is looking for respondents.
  • National approach to data management

    National approach to data management

    Dutch parties involved in data management have joint forces in a National Coordination Point at Surf. Main goal is to allow the Netherlands to efficiently and effectively develop and implement management policy for research data.
  • Connecting data for research

    Connecting data for research

    On Monday 19th October 2015, VU, UvA, Leiden University, Radboud University, DANS and Surf are jointly organizing a symposium ‘Connecting data for research: Good practices for data integration and reuse’.