Here are a number of other resources that provide training in Research Data Management for information professionals.
- SupportDM, developed by TraD, Training for Data Management at the University of East London. They have a website and a blog.
- Do-It-Yourself Research Data Management Training Kit for Librarians developed by the University of Edinburgh.
- The Holistic Librarian which takes the form of “23 Things for Research Data Management”, developed by the Open Exeter project at the University of Exeter.
- Data Intelligence 4 Librarians developed by 3TU.Datacentrum in the Netherlands.
- RDM for Librarians, developed by the DCC in collaboration with the University of Northampton as part of their DCC institutional engagement programme.
There is also a large amount of training materials available designed for researchers. Librarians may find them relevant. Some of these are listed below.
- Mantra (geosciences, social science & clinical psychology), an online course developed in Research Data Management for PhD students and others who are planning a research project using digital data, developed by the University of Edinburgh.
- DMSPpsych (psychology), Sheffield’s one stop shop for Research Data Management in Psychology, developed by the University of Sheffield.
- DATUM for Health (health studies), developed by the University of Northumbria.
- RDMTPA (physics and astronomy), developed by the University of Hertfordshire.
- The DataTrain project at the University of Cambridge developed training materials both for archeologists and social anthropologists.
- CAiRO (performing arts), developed by the University of Bristol, provides training in the management of creative arts data.
- SoDaMaT provides sound data management training developed by the Queen Mary University of London.