Difference between revisions of "Data Management Course Outline"

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**Journals and publications
 
**Journals and publications
 
**Agency/institution web sites
 
**Agency/institution web sites
**Using portals and registries - Nancy Hoebelheinrich/Knowledge Motifs
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**[[Media:AdvertisingYourDataUsingPortalsRegistriesHoebelheinrich_final.pptx | Using data portals and metadata registries]]- Nancy Hoebelheinrich/Knowledge Motifs
 
***Publishing metadata to a Web Accessible Folder
 
***Publishing metadata to a Web Accessible Folder
 
***[[Media:GCMD Metadata Publish Comments.pptx |Publishing metadata to GCMD]] - Tyler Stevens/GCMD
 
***[[Media:GCMD Metadata Publish Comments.pptx |Publishing metadata to GCMD]] - Tyler Stevens/GCMD
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***Publishing metadata to Data.Gov
 
***Publishing metadata to Data.Gov
 
***'''NOTE:''' Need to address additional portals and registries beyond GCMD & ECHO. Add other entries as appropriate
 
***'''NOTE:''' Need to address additional portals and registries beyond GCMD & ECHO. Add other entries as appropriate
**Datacasting - Nancy Hoebelheinrich/Knowledge Motifs
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**Datacasting - Ruth Duerr
 
*Providing access to your data - Bob Downs/Chris Lenhardt/Ron Weaver (whole section); Rama has volunteered to review this section
 
*Providing access to your data - Bob Downs/Chris Lenhardt/Ron Weaver (whole section); Rama has volunteered to review this section
 
**[[Media:DataShortCourseModule-DeterminingAudienceV1.ppt | Determining your audience]] - Bob Downs
 
**[[Media:DataShortCourseModule-DeterminingAudienceV1.ppt | Determining your audience]] - Bob Downs

Revision as of 16:35, August 13, 2012

Back to the main data management training page

NOTE: We agreed that the target audience initially would be scientists

Caution!!!!

All of the modules on this site are draft materials only! They are made available here so that interested parties can see what is in development and have the chance to comment. Once modules have completed the peer and editorial review process, they will be moved to the ESIP Information Commons and placed under revision control.

Module template and Author Guidelines

For Scientists

The case for data stewardship

Data Management plans

Local Data Management

Preservation strategies

I have added draft sections below, the references need work -Ron Weaver

Responsible Data Use

For Data Managers

  • Data Management plan support
  • Collection or acquisition policies
  • Intro to OAIS reference model
  • Initial Assessment and appraisal
    • Identify information to be preserved
      • main features and properties
      • dependencies on information here or elsewhere
    • Identify objects to be received
    • Establish complementary information needs (e.g., format, data descriptions, provenance, reference information, context, fixity information)
      • What complementary information is needed for data useful for climate studies (USGCRP list)
    • Assessing potential designated communities
    • Assessing probable curation duration
    • Assessing data transfer options
    • Defining access paths
    • Assessing costs and feasibility
    • Metadata, metadata standards, and levels of metadata
  • Submission agreements
    • Data integrity
    • Contacts
    • Schedule
    • Operational Procedures
    • Error reconciliation
    • Constraints
    • other aspects necessary for understanding how to support the data
  • Preparing for ingest
  • Ingesting data
    • Validation checks
    • Identifiers
    • Citations
    • Levels of service
  • Periodic re-assessment
  • Curation activities
    • Media migration
    • Format migration