Ausbildung und Qualifikation
Die Ausbildung für den adäquaten Umgang mit Forschungsdaten hat unterschiedliche Qualifikationsziele und Zielgruppen. Zu den Zielgruppen zählen die Forschenden, Mitarbeiterinnen und Mitarbeiter in Informationsinfrastruktureinrichtungen, Bibliotheks- und Informationswissenschaftlerinnen und -wissenschaftler, Mitarbeiterinnen und Mitarbeiter in Verlagen, Informatikerinnen und Informatiker und Multiplikatoren.
Mögliche inhaltliche Schwerpunkte (tbc)
- Managament von Forschungsdaten (disziplinübergreifend, disziplinspezifisch, fachspezifisch, geräte- oder datenspezifisch)
- Bereitstellung von Forschungsdaten / Open Research Data (disziplinübergreifend, disziplinspezifisch, fachspezifisch, geräte- oder datenspezifisch)
- Langzeitarchivierung von Forschungsdaten (disziplinübergreifend, disziplinspezifisch, fachspezifisch, geräte- oder datenspezifisch)
Mögliche Qualifikationsziele (tbc)
- Abschluss eines grundständigen Studiums "Forschungsdaten(management)" auf Bachelor-Niveau an Universitäten und Fachhochschulen
- Abschluss eines Studiums "Forschungsdaten(management)" auf Master-Niveau an Universitäten und Fachhochschulen
- Abschluss eines weiterbildenden (berufsbegleitenden) Studiums "Forschungsdaten(management)" (Fernstudium)
- Integration von Modulen oder Schwerpunkten "Forschungsdaten(management)" in die grundständige fachwissenschaftliche Ausbildung
- Integration von Modulen oder Schwerpunkten "Forschungsdaten(management)" in die grundständige informationswissenschaftliche Ausbildung
- Weiterbildung im Rahmen des fachwissenschaftlichen Studiums durch Workshops, Summer Schools etc.
- Weiterbildung durch Fachverbände, Organisationen (Workshops, Summer Schools, “Train the teacher”)
- Weiterbildung an Forschungseinrichtungen
- Tutorials (Video, Audio, Massive Open Online Courses (MOOC))
Angebote von Universitäten und Fachhochschulen
Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin
- Institut für Bibliotheks- und Informationswissenschaft (Schwerpunktthemen im Master-Studiengang durch Module u.a. zu "Digitale Forschungsdaten, "Informationsmanagement, "Digitale Langzeitarchivierung")
- Berufliche Weiterbildung, Lehrgang "RG012 - Schutz von Forschungsdaten und anderem Know-How" am 25.11.2014; Inhalt: Forschungsdaten, Konzepte, Untersuchungsergebnisse und andere wissenschaftliche Inhalte werden mit hohem Einsatz der Fachwissenschaftler/innen erarbeitet. Doch können sie auch wirksam rechtlich geschützt und unerwünschte/missbräuchliche Fremdnutzungen bekämpft werden? Was könnten geeignete Schutz- und Lizenzinstrumente sein? Ferner werden im Lehrgang die neuen Vorgaben vorgestellt, welche die Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG) oder die Europäische Kommission (EU-Forschungsprojekte) rechtsverbindlich an die Vergabe von Fördermitteln knüpfen.
Fachbereich Informationswissenschaften (Schwerpunktthemen im Master-Studiengang durch Module "Langzeitarchivierung")
Freie Universität Berlin
Erprobung von Lehrveranstaltungskonzepten gemeinsam mit der Freien Universität Berlin durch das Projekt "Entwicklung von Workflowkomponenten für die Langzeitarchivierung von Forschungsdaten in den Geowissenschaften" (EWIG)
Hochschule der Medien, Stuttgart
Hochschule der Medien, Stuttgart Bibliotheks- und Informationsmanagement B.A., berufsbegleitender M.A. (im Bachelor-Studiengang z. B. Modul "Einführung in die Langzeitarchivierung", im berufsbegleitenden Master tbc)
Fachhochschule Köln Bibliothekswissenschaft, B.A., Informationswirtschaft, B.Sc., Angewandte Informationswissenschaft, B.Sc., berufsbegleitenden Weiterbildungsstudiengang Bibliotheks- und Informationswissenschaft (Master in Library and Information Science – MALIS)
HTWK Leipzig, Fakultät Medien Bibliotheks- und Informationswissenschaft (B.A./M.A.), im Bachelor z. B. Aspekte des Umgangs mit Netzpublikationen, Open Access, Persistent Identifier, digitale Langzeitarchivierung, im Master-Studiengang u. A. Thema Langzeitarchivierung
Hochschule für angewandte Wissenschaft Hamburg
Hochschule für angewandte Wissenschaften Hamburg, Fakultät Design, Medien und Information Bibliotheks- und Informationsmanagement B.A., Information, Medien, Bibliothek M.A.
Hochschule Hannover, Fachbereich Informations- und Kommunikationswesen B.A. Informationsmanagement, M.A. Informations- und Wissensmanagement
http://www.h-da.de/ Hochschule Darmstadt - University of Applied Sciences, Fachbereich Media] Informationswissenschaft (Bachelor of Science), Informationswissenschaft (Master of Science)
Research Data Skills Development: Online-Materialien (Link)
Charles Sturt University: School of Information Studies
- Bachelor of Information Studies (Librarianship) Specialisation
- INF334 Research Data Management : Data value increases as it is interconnected, networked, shared, used and reused. A deluge of scientific and transactional data presents a great opportunity for libraries, archives and other information organisations to grow their roles. Data management will be an increasingly important set of skills. There are many information management activities related to data, for example, establishing archival plans for data selection, migrating data to new platforms and standards, creating finding aids for multiple user communities, and developing databases and technologies to support data creation, preservation, discovery, and reuse. This subject will provide information managers with the background to provide leadership in data management.
- Bachelor of Information Studies (Information and Knowledge Management) Specialisation
- INF334 Research Data Management (s.o.)
- INF323 Knowledge Management Systems : This subject introduces the technologies used by individuals and organisations to access, use and coordinate the information assets to meet their knowledge management (KM) needs. The subject takes an information systems approach as students study the implementation of a KM strategy and design an information system for personal or organisational knowledge capture and use. Students explore issues related to the knowledge needs through a review of case studies and by analysing the relevant systems. Technologies surveyed include social networking technology tools (wikis, blogs), portals, intranets, knowledge repositories, digital libraries, content management systems and the semantic web. It is assumed that students come to this subject with a basic understanding of the principles of knowledge management.
- Bachelor of Information Studies (Records and Archives Management) Specialisation
- INF334 Research Data Management (s.o.)
- Master of Information Studies (Librarianship)
- INF534 Research Data Management : In the electronic era, huge datasets are generated through transaction activities in commerce, financial services, education, research and government; from research and social networking, geographical information systems, remote sensing and other scientific pursuits. These vast data have been termed a 'deluge', however, if managed well they can be very useful, for example, to open new lines of enquiry, reproduce and validate original findings, or to advance original research. Data value increases as it is interconnected, networked, shared, used and reused. This data deluge presents a great opportunity for libraries, archives and other information managers to grow their roles. Data management is a growth area in academic, research and special libraries and will be an increasingly important set of skills for librarians and archivists. There are many information management activities related to data, for example, establishing archival plans for data selection, migrating data to new platforms and standards, creating finding aids for multiple user communities, and developing databases and technologies to support data creation, preservation, discovery, and reuse. This subject will provide librarians, archivists and other information managers with the background to provide the leadership in data management that funding agencies and academics are looking to libraries to provide.
- Master of Information Studies (Information and Knowledge Management)
- INF534 Research Data Management (s.o.)
- INF523 Knowledge Management Systems : This subject introduces the technologies used by individuals and organisations to access, use and coordinate the information assets to meet their knowledge management (KM) needs. The subject takes an information systems approach as students study the implementation of a KM strategy and design an information system for personal or organisational knowledge capture and use. Students explore issues related to the knowledge needs through a review of case studies and by analysing the relevant systems. Technologies surveyed include social networking technology tools (wikis, blogs), portals, intranets, knowledge repositories, digital libraries, content management systems and the semantic web. It is assumed that students come to this subject with a basic understanding of the principles of knowledge management.
- Master of Information Studies (Information Architecture)
- INF523 Knowledge Management Systems (s.o.)
- Master of Information Studies (Records and Archives Management)
- INF534 Research Data Management (s.o.)
University of South Australia: School of Computer and Information Science
- Master of Information Management (Library and Information Management)
- Research Data Analysis (CIVE 5015) : To enable students to integrate the theory of statistics and data analysis within the research problems faced in their field of study
Sungkyunkwan University, Seoul: Library and Information Science Department
- Master degree
- Advanced Studies in Scholarly Communication (Scholarly communication refers to the process of disseminating research results and other scholarship in all disciplines. This course addresses topics necessary the critical evaluation of both existing and emerging scholarly communication networks and models. Major topics include but are not limited to scholarly publishing practices, open access, the evaluation of research performance, the use of scholarly information contents and networks, and the changing roles of libraries and related institutions.)
- Advanced Studies in Scholarly Information Services (This course is designed to facilitate comprehension of the processes of producing and disseminating scholarly information. The course emphasizes grasping networked information provision environments and various stakeholders. Upon completion of the course, students will gain both a theoretical and practical understanding of scholarly communication processes
- Advanced Studies in University Library Management (This course examines the role of university libraries in the context of education, learning, and research support in addition to exploring the future changes that libraries must make so as to mirror developments in society and technology. Students will be able to gain a comprehensive understanding of the current issues and discussions surrounding university libraries (i.e., information literacy, subject-specific libraries, open access, repositories, copyrights, etc.) and cultivate the ability to address these topics on a working level.
University College: Oslo and Akershus: Department of Archivistics, Library and Information Science
- Master of Digital Library Learning
- Research Methods & Theory of Science : On the completion of this module, the student has thorough knowledge on different scientific views on what constitutes knowledge, has advanced knowledge of the episteomological foundations of libarary and information science, has insight into the criteria for research quality and ethically sound research, has advance knowledge of selected quantitative and qualitative methods for collecting, handling and analysis of research data, has practical and theoretical knowledge to the fases of a research project, from the formulation of a research problem, to reporting and publication
Research Information and Digital Literacies Coalition (RDLIS)
(2013) Helping to open up: improving knowledge, capability and confidence in making research data more open": Studie zu Open Research Data Training in britischer Higher Education ("Helping to open up")
University of Edinburgh
Research Data Management Training: Online-Materialien (Mantra)
University of Cambridge
Training Resources: Online-Materialien (Link)
University College Dublin: School of Information and Library Studies
- Masters Library & Information Studies
- Research Practice (IS40390) : The purpose of this module is to gain hands-on experience in collaborative research or real world projects. Students will work 1:1 or in small groups with academic staff on a specific research or real world project. Students must get permission of an academic staff member to enrol in this module
University College London: Department of Information Studies
- MA/Postgraduate Diploma in Library and Information Studies
- INSTG038/39/40 Electronic Publishing A/B1/B2 : This module provides an overview of the world of electronic publishing, whether commercial or non-commercial, and discusses various different types of products and techniques used in electronic publishing. The module is delivered with the aid of visiting speakers from the publishing industry, and the library and information profession, class discussion, and practical sessions in a computer lab. Topics covered include: electronic journals and open access; Web 2.0; metadata and sustainability; digitisation and preservation; human computer interaction; and the development of new digital products.
Indiana University: School of Informatics and Computing
- Master of Information Science
- CSCI B669 Scientific Data Management and Preservation : Scientific Data Management. Environmental sensors, genetic sequencing machines, and the Internet all contribute to big data scientific research, suggesting that data-driven research is the 4th paradigm of science. Large-scale digital data generated for science must be managed from birth to death, particularly as it is used in large scale mining and analytics. It must also be managed for access for decades into the future. We investigate these aspects in B669 Scientific Data Management and Preservation : Scientific Data Management : As supercomputers and modern scientific instruments allow scientists to generate data on everything from the human genome to the changing climate of our own planet, we find ourselves awash in computational data - a problem often referred to as the data deluge. Data produced by these technologies are precious and irreplaceable, holding the potential for greater scientific knowledge and understanding in perpetuity. In this seminar course we will explore multiple dimensions of scientific data management including issues at-scale and preservation and archiving.
University of California, Los Angeles: Graduate School of Education and Information Studies
- Masters of Library & Information Science
- Archival Studies Specialization (Archives play a critically important role in many aspects of society. As repositories of a culture’s unique documents, records and other texts, archives serve as basic tools for social accountability, the preservation and dissemination of historical memory, and the development of a richer understanding of cultural, social and political forces in an increasingly digital and networked world. In addition to covering traditional archives and manuscripts theory and practice, this area of specialization addresses the dramatic expansion of the archival field. It charts how accelerating technological developments have changed both the form of the record and methods for its dissemination and preservation. It responds to shifting social and political conditions as well as the increased codification of archival practice through local and international standards development. It actively engages debates about archival theory and societal roles in diverse archival and cultural jurisdictions. ... Management of special collections, archives, and manuscript repositories
- Informatics Specialization : (Informatics is the emerging discipline that envisions information technology design and use in terms that include its larger institutional, social, cultural, and cognitive dimensions. As information technology is applied to an ever-widening variety of contexts, including work, home, shopping, and public spaces, these new applications require a corresponding shift in the ability of information professionals to design, manage and evaluate information services
- Informatics is premised on the observation that successful design and integration of information technologies into society requires a sophisticated understanding of information seeking and use, metadata, user-centered design, electronic information genres, and how information technologies function as vehicles of power and social action. Students who complete the Informatics specialization will thus be well equipped to design modern information services, including digital libraries and repositories, metadata services, user training and relations, technical information retrieval, in a wide variety of institutional contexts, whether that be within libraries, archives, electronic media and publishing, cultural heritage institutions, standardization organizations, government, non-profits, or online businesses
University of Illinois: Graduate School of Library and Information Science
- Graduate School of Library and Information Science
- LIS590DA : Research Data Analysis Mgt LIS [Research Data Analysis and Management in LIS] (A survey of data analysis issues, tools, and management techniques for research in Library and Information Science and other disciplines. Topics include data theory, theories of measurement, data visualization, data encoding standards, and the assumptions of common analytic techniques. Students will locate and work with a data set of their choice, review the literature of recommended analysis methods, and prepare an analysis appropriate to the data set they have chosen. [First offered Spring 2000 as 450DA, Data Analysis for LIS Research, a doctoral seminar; title and description updated and doctoral seminar designation removed March 2011]
- LIS590RDC : Research Probs Data Curation [Research Problems in Data Curation] (A graduate level introduction to research problems in the curation of research data. Data curation is the active and on-going management of data through its lifecycle of interest and usefulness to scholarship, science, and education. The course will examine a broad range of theoretical, conceptual, and practical problems in this emerging field, focusing on the growing emphasis on data management and sharing across the sciences, social sciences, and humanities, and the importance of e-research and data science for all types of research enterprises. The seminar will cover current research in information science, library science, and cognate fields and explore future research directions. Research areas to be addressed include data practices and needs of researchers; trends and obstacles to data sharing; cyberinfrastructure and data repository development; data representation, organization, preservation, and access; data integration and re-use; development of data management services; and the professionalization of data science and implications for education and workforce development. [First offered Fall 2012] for doctoral students)
- LIS562 : Metadata in Theory & Practice (Combines theoretical examination of the design of metadata schema with their practical application in a variety of settings. Hands-on experience in the creation of descriptive, administrative, and structural metadata, along with their application in systems such as OAI harvesting, OpenURL resolution systems, metasearch systems and digital repositories, will help students develop a thorough understanding of current metadata standards as well as such issues as crosswalking, metadata schema, metadata's use in information retrieval and data management applications, and the role of standards bodies in metadata schema development. [Required course for the CAS in Digital Libraries concentration.] [Formerly 590MD; permanent number approved 6/7/12; first used Fall 2012])
- LIS590SDP : Scientific Data Policy Seminar (Survey of recent policy changes regarding scientific data, including archiving, repositories, legal encumbrances and access, the lifecycle of data, and strategies for reporting data.)
University of North Carolina: School of Information and Library Science
- Master of Science in Library Science
- Lunch discussion (2012): Who Owns Research Data?
- Webinar (2011) - "The Dryad Repository: A New Path for Data Publication in Scholarly Communication" presented by Jane Greenberg and Todd Vision
- Webinar: Metadata for Managing Scientific Research Data (2012)
University of North Texas: College of Information
- Master of Science Majoring in Information Science
- The Digital Curation and Data Management Graduate Academic Certificate (GAC) : Graduate students in disciplines who may be responsible for research data management: More and more disciplines work with digital data and information in research activities, and current graduate students may be responsible for managing and curating such data. These graduate students will benefit from the competencies they develop through this certificate
University of Pittsburgh: School of Information Sciences
- Master of Library and Information Science
- LIS 2610 LIBRARY AND ARCHIVAL COMPUTING (Development and roles of computational systems that form the basis of computing for libraries and archives, with particular emphasis on the role that digital libraries and repositories play in support of contemporary scholarship. "Hands-on" experiences with key applications and systems that have been developed, mainly in the open-source environment "lamp" architecture--for use in digital libraries and related settings, with an emphasis on collection building. With prior approval from academic advisor and course instructor, this course can fulfill the information technology core requirement.)
- LIS 2970 3-CREDIT, SPECIAL TOPICS IN LIBRARY AND INFORMATION SCIENCE ; Spring 2015 LIS 2970 Topics: Research Data Infrastructure (This seminar program will build on LIS 2975 Seminars Special Topics Research Data Management, and will focus on the elements of research data infrastructure which facilitate and enable effective data management. The program will examine approaches to data storage, data repositories and preservation practice, selected standards, schema, protocols and formats for describing datasets, data registries and catalogs enabling data discovery and the data publication process. We will explore developments in data citation and metrics to track data provenance and attribution. In each of the listed areas, there will be case studies and exemplars to illustrate the challenges and experiences of pilot implementations and fully operational services. Finally we will also consider public engagement with data, including the landscape of citizen science initiatives and the emergence of data science concepts and practice.
- LIS 3970 Seminars: Special Topics ; Fall 2014 LIS 3970 Topics: Research Data Infrastructure (his seminar will build on LIS 2975 Seminars Special Topics Research Data Management, and will focus on the elements of research data infrastructure which facilitate and enable effective data management. The program will examine approaches to data storage, data repositories and preservation practice, selected standards, schema, protocols and formats for describing datasets, data registries and catalogs enabling data discovery and the data publication process. We will explore developments in data citation and metrics to track data provenance and attribution. In each of the listed areas, there will be case studies and exemplars to illustrate the challenges and experiences of pilot implementations and fully operational services. Finally we will also consider public engagement with data, including the landscape of citizen science initiatives and the emergence of data science concepts and practice.)
Angebote von Forschungseinrichtungen
Internationale Akteure und Initiativen
- Facilitate Open Science Training for European Research (FOSTER)
- Task Force on Librarians’ Competencies in Support of E-Research and Scholarly Communication von COAR, ARL, CARL und LIBER
- Australian National Data Service (ANDS): "Information specialists and data librarians"