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Call for Data Champions

last modified Sep 15, 2016 01:36 PM

Apply to become a Data Champion 

Do you have a passion for data? Are you a GitHub ace or an Open Data advocate? Would you like to share your expertise with others?

The Research Data Team is looking to recruit Data Champions from across the University of Cambridge to act as the local expert on Research Data Management (RDM) within their department, institute or college. You will have the opportunity to meet with other like-minded researchers and exchange best practice in managing and sharing research data.

You will get support in delivering a workshop in your department or college, and visibility across the University via a dedicated website, making this an excellent development and networking opportunity.

Apply

We welcome applications from researchers, students, librarians, IT managers, data managers, other members of staff and anyone with a keen interest in RDM.

To apply to be a Data Champion please fill in this form by Monday 17th October. We will get in touch with all the Champions by 24th October 2016 to organise the first Data Champions Forum. For more information on the project please see our website or email info@data.cam.ac.uk.

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