Metadata for Research DataTime and Place: 2.2.2022, 10:00-11:30 AM, online
Target group: Researchers, Data Stewards, Research Support Staff
- Finding and Reusing Research Data – Jenny Ostrop (University of Bergen)
- How to Describe Your Data – Christoph Ladurner (Graz University of Technology)
- Metadata, Documentation and Data Management Plans – Elena Fürst and Tereza Kalová (University of Vienna, Vienna University Library)
SpeakersJenny Ostrop, University of Bergen. Jenny Ostrop is Senior Academic Librarian at the University of Bergen, Norway and has a life science research background. As part of the library research data team, she holds courses and provides guidance on information literacy, open science, and research data management.
Christoph Ladurner, TU Graz. Christoph Ladurner has been responsible for the repository at the TU Graz for 10 years now. He is active in international and national projects such as InvenioRDM, FAIR Data Austria and Open Education Austria Advanced.
Elena Fürst, University of Vienna. Elena Fürst works as a project manager for the FAIR Data Austria project. She is responsible for developing RDM training concepts and materials based on qualitative and quantitative studies and needs assessments. She is also part of the digitization project RIS Synergy, where she is involved in implementing standardized data interfaces and conducting a concept study for an Austrian national research portal.
Tereza Kalová, University of Vienna. Tereza Kalová works as a project manager for the FAIR Data Austria project, which develops innovative services and tools for research data management at Austrian research institutions, at the Vienna University Library. Her work focuses on the design of training courses on research data management. Further, she coordinates the development of a certificate course “Data Steward”.