I give a lot of presentations, and most of them get uploaded to Slideshare shortly afterwards. Here’s a fun one from IASSIST 2011 in Vancouver. This was a pecha kucha, which means 20 slides of 20 seconds each. Precisely.
For the very keen, here are a few videos of me speaking about data management…
- A short overview of DCC data management planning activities at the Alliance for Permanent Access conference, Frascati, Italy, November 2012
- Talking about data management planning, FOSTER training event in Ljubljana, Slovenia, December 2014
- Linking Open Access Research Publications with Open Research Data, FOSTER training event in Kaunas, Lithuania, March 2015
- FOSTER training event in Cork, Ireland, April 2015 (delivered virtually)
Part 1: An overview of open science and open data in Horizon 2020
Part 2: Focus on data management plans – policies, requirements, resources, examples
Part 3: Research data management (RDM) – what do support services need to know… and do?
Part 4: Focus on data management planning – helping researchers develop their plans
- Speaking at a FOSTER-sponsored national conference in Riga, Latvia, October 2015
- Speaking about Arts and Humanities data in Warsaw, Poland, December 2015
For the last few years I have given guest lectures (via the web) to Robert Gordon University’s MSc Digital Curation class.
I’ve also taught at a couple of summer schools, and hope to do more in the future…
- SeIUCCR Summer School, Abingdon, England, September 2011
- White Rose Digital Heritage Summer School, York, England, July 2014
(Not that relevant to RDM, but worth noting regardless: I taught HATII’s “Investigating Cyberspace” Honours module in the mid-2000s, and gave guest lectures on structuralism and poststructuralism to their MPhil class. But that was a long time ago in a galaxy of signifiers far, far away…)