This webinar provides an introduction to the concept of domain specific Data Management Plans or Domain Data Protocols (DDPs). Proper data-driven research demands careful planning around the data to be used and the data to be produced. Data Management Plans (DMPs) are pivotal in this process and a core element of your research data life cycle. When Data Management Plans are tuned towards the needs of your research community or your research funder, the value of a DMP often increases and becomes a more integrated part of the research. In this webinar a generic introduction to domain specific Data Management Plans shall be provided, illustrated with cases, tools, and interactive sessions.
Trainers: Cees Hof and René van Horik
René van Horik holds an MSc in Economic Social History and a PhD in Information Science. René works as program manager and trainer at Data Archiving and Networked Services (DANS) in the Netherlands. He is project coordinator and/or work package leader within infrastructural EU projects such as EOSC-hub, FAIRsFAIR, and the European Holocaust Research Infrastructure (EHRI). René has extensive experience in the field of persistent identifiers through past and present projects and related activities. René is also involved as organizer and trainer in a number of training and outreach activities like workshops and seminars at the national level as well as in European projects.
Cees Hof holds an MSc in aquatic ecology and moved into animal systematics, taxonomy and palaeontology for his PhD and postdoctoral research. For more than 10 years he coordinated the activities of the Dutch branch of the Global Biodiversity Information Facility (GBIF). Currently Cees Hof works at Data Archiving and Networked Services (DANS) as a trainer and project acquisition officer and is responsible for the DANS interaction with the life science community. Cees is involved in projects such as EOSC-hub and EOSC Synergy. Areas of special interest are metadata, Knowledge Organisation Systems and data sharing infrastructures.