Training & Support
How can a collaborative data infrastructure support and facilitate research data management? All the answers in the EUDAT training programme!
Research data management concerns the organisation of data, from its entry to the research data life cycle through to the preservation, archiving and dissemination of valuable results.
The EUDAT Training programme is a training and education service for European research communities, infrastructures and data centres on how EUDAT services support and facilitate research data management. European researchers can also benefit from the training programme by understanding how EUDAT services can play a role in their daily work. The programme is also designed for “new comers” to the research data management field that need and want to build their competences in research data management from scratch.
What will you learn?
The EUDAT training will evolve and be enriched over time, so follow us on Twitter or register to the EUDAT newsletter: all the new training components will be announced there!
To get you started, click on the modules available below!
How can you access EUDAT training?
The EUDAT training programme is delivered through a multiple channel approach and includes:
- eTraining components delivered via the EUDAT website: a selection of presentations, documents and informative video tutorials clustered by topic and level of required skills targeting all EUDAT stakeholders.
- Ad-hoc workshops organised together with research communities and infrastructures to illustrate how to integrate EUDAT services in their research data management infrastructure. Mainly designed for research communities, infrastructures and data centres, they usually include pragmatic hands-on sessions. Interested in a EUDAT workshop for your research community? Contact us at email@example.com. View the workshop calendar here
- One hour webinars delivered via the EUDAT website focusing on different research data management components and how EUDAT contributes to solving research data management challenges.
Interested in further training material?
Do not forget to check out PACT Training Portal, where you will find all relevant training opportunities offered by PRACE (Partnership for Advanced Computing in Europe).
Do you have a specific training request? Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org, we will be happy to discuss it with you.
Start now expanding your skills through the EUDAT training!