Serge Goldstein of Princeton will be speaking on the institution’s DataSpacemodel for preserving and sharing research data on an EDUCAUSE webcast on September 1, 2010. This will offer a look at another major research university’s evolving strategy for addressing data stewardship and the emerging requirements from research funders. I’ve reproduced the EDUCAUSE announcement below; note that they require registration, and (virtual) space on these sessions is limited and often fills up. These sessions are also archived for replay.
The EDUCAUSE Live! webcasts are a wonderful resource that should be of very broad interest to CNI News readers; normally, we don’t cross-post their announcements unless they are very closely related to CNI’s program as this one is, so you may want to directly subscribe to their announcement list.
EDUCAUSE Live! Web Seminar
September 1- DataSpace: A Funding and Operational Model for Long-Term Preservation and Sharing of Research Data
Serge Goldstein, Associate CIO and Director of Academic Services, Princeton University
Date: September 1, 2010 Time: 1:00 p.m. ET (12:00 p.m. CT, 11:00 a.m. MT, 10:00 a.m. PT). International participants: You may wish to visit this external time-conversion website to calculate the start time in your time zone. Abstract: Princeton University has developed a business model for managing research data on a long-term basis, a capability soon to be required for all NSF grants. Join us to learn about the model, including how you can replicate it on your campus, during this free, hour-long web seminar, “DataSpace: A Funding and Operational Model for Long-Term Preservation and Sharing of Research Data.”