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Love Your Data Week Roundup

Last week Facet participated in Love Your Data Week, a 5-day international event to help reasearchers take better care of their data. We have gathered all the resources we published during the week below

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Image source: data (scrabble) by Flickr user justgrimes

New Open Access chapters

During the week, we made several new chapters from our research data management titles available Open Access. All the chapters can be downloaded below.

Supporting data literacy by Robin Rice and John Southall from The Data Librarian’s Handbook

Training researchers to manage data for better results, re-use and long-term access by Heather Coates from Dynamic Research Support for Academic Libraries

Specific interventions in the research process or lifecycle by Moira J Bent from Practical Tips for Facilitating Research

The lifecycle of data management by Sarah Higgins from Managing Research Data

A pathway to sustainable research data services: from scoping to sustainability by Angus Whyte from Delivering Research Data Management Services

Blogposts from Facet authors

Starr Hoffman explored the difference between research data and secondary data using the speed at which the DeLorean in Back to the Future will time jump as an example in her blogpost, Data Services and Terminology: Research Data versus Secondary Data

Robin Rice and John Southall provided practical advice for data librarians undertaking a reference consultation or interview to match users to the data required in their blogpost, Top tips for a data reference interview

Gillian Oliver talked about practical ways of ensuring you have a successful relationship with data in her blogpost, Five ways to love your data

Angus Whyte looked at what has changed in the world of research data management in the past three years in his blogpost, If data is loved so much, why is so much of it running around loose, dirty and in no fit state to get a job?

 

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