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Learning research data management in an active learning classroom

Conference contribution
Authors Helena Francke
Stefan Ekman
Published in iConference 2019
Publisher iSchools
Publication year 2019
Published at Swedish National Data Service (SND)
Language en
Links ischools.org/wp-content/uploads/201...
https://ischools.org/the-iconferenc...
https://gup.ub.gu.se/file/207762
Keywords Active Learning Classroom, ALC, Research Data Management, RDM, blended-learning, professional development
Subject categories Pedagogical Work, Library and information science

Abstract

Research data management (RDM) activities are increasingly becoming incorporated in the academic library as well as in iSchool curricula. This paper reports on how active learning classroom (ALC) pedagogy has been successfully used in a blended-learning professional-development course for university staff in RDM support. The course is a collaborative initiative between an iSchool and a national data archive. ALC tasks have been designed to allow participants to combine their respective experiences with learning from course material in order to solve problems, device solutions, and create reference material. Tasks are focused around cases that relate closely to activities the RDM support staff may meet and allow participants to compare local conditions in their respective institutions. The course combines practical, strategic and theoretical content. Both the use of ALC and collaboration between an iSchool and a data archive can fruitfully be transferred to other RDM training initiatives.

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