(26 Jan 2021) Cambridge Data Week 2020 was an event run by the Office of Scholarly Communication at Cambridge University Libraries from 23–27 November 2020, featuring topics surrounding the research data management landscape. In a series of talks, panel discussions and interactive Q&A sessions, researchers, funders, publishers and other stakeholders explored and debated different approaches to research data management. This blog is part of a series summarising each event.
Below are the notes and recodings for the event:
- Cambridge Data Week 2020 day 1: Who are the winners and losers of good data practices?
- Cambridge Data Week 2020 day 2: Who is reusing data? Successes and future trends?
- Cambridge Data Week 2020 day 3: Is data management just a footnote to reproducibility?
- Cambridge Data Week 2020 day 4: Supporting researchers on data management – do we need a fairy godmother?
- Cambridge Data Week 2020 day 5: How do we peer review data? New sustainable and effective models
More information can be found here.