The 6 Pillars of Engaging Researchers in Research Data Management (RDM) | LIBER

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This document is written by the LIBER Research Data Management (RDM) working group’s engaging researchers’ task group. The RDM Working Group operates as part of LIBER’s Strategic Direction on Research Infrastructure, which in turn is one of the pillars of the LIBER 2018-2022 Strategy. The main goal of this document is to give libraries practical guidelines on how to involve researchers in the topic of RDM. The document is directly linked to the publication, ‘Engaging Researchers with Data Management: The Cookbook’ (Claire et. al, 2019), which focuses on 24 case studies when it comes to engaging researchers in RDM. The six main pillars outlined as part of this document were drawn up based on the above-mentioned publication. These pillars can be referred to and used as a whole, or each separately


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