The following will help you get started:
- Create and manage data: training resources. UK Data Archive. The Training Resources are modularised following the UK Data Archive’s seven key areas of managing and sharing data: sharing data – why and how; data management planning for researchers and research centres; documenting data; formatting data; storing data, including data security, data transfer, encryption, and file sharing; ethics and consent; and, data copyright.
- DC 101 Lite materials provides participants with a half-day introduction to the curation lifecycle model with group exercises and discussions.
- Disciplinary RDM Training: JISC Managing Research Data programme funded five disciplinary training project. The projects were: CAiRO (Performing Arts); Datatrain – archaeology and social anthropology; Datum for health studies; DMTpsych (psychology); Research Data Mantra (geosciences, social science & clinical psychology and TraD – Training for Data Management at UEL (Librarians and research support staff developing RDM training. The disciplinary RDM training is broken into nine categories, namely:
- RDM for librarians: a variety of information and training materials
- Confederation of Open Access Repositories (COAR). COAR WG3 has compiled several training materials for repository manager, including research data management and repositories
- 8 Steps to Publish Open Data and Prepare for IATI
- DuraSpace Community Webinar Series: Research Data in Repositories