On this page you will find information on previous UK DataCite workshops, including links to presentations and further information that can be found online.
As a result of these workshops we produced a guide, that you can access here:
- UK DataCite workshop: Glasgow
- Workshop 1: An introduction to Data Citation and DataCite
- Workshop 2: Describe, disseminate, discover: metadata for effective citation
- Working with DataCite, a technical introduction
- Workshop 3: Managing and Citing Sensitive Data
- Workshop 4: What to cite: versioning and granularity of research data for effective citation
- Workshop 5: Making citation work: practical issues for institutions
- Workshop 6: Research data metrics for impact and citation
As a follow up to workshops held in London at the British Library, we have started to take DataCite on the road. On the 13 June 2014, we held a workshop at the University of Glasgow as an introduction to using DataCite for institutions in Scotland and the north of England.
This workshop also included a excellent case study from the University of Leeds, who started working with DataCite in November 2013.
|Welcome (Valerie McCutcheon, University of Glasgow)|
|Introduction to DataCite and using DOIs (Elizabeth Newbold, Rachael Kotarski, British Library)|
|University of Leeds Case Study (Gabriela Gonzalez-Lopez, Graham Blythe)|
|Technical hands-on (Rachael Kotarski)|
Exercises from the technical hands-on can be found at bit.ly/DataCiteExercises
Held on the 25 May 2012, this workshop served as a beginner's guide to what data citation is, why it's needed and DataCite's role and structure.
|Introduction (Simon Hodson, JISC)|
|Data Citation (Lee-Ann Coleman, British Library)|
|DataCite: Creating a global citation framework for data (Elizabeth Newbold, Brtitish Library)|
|UKDA use of persistent identifiers: Case study (Louise Corti, UK Data Archive)|
|DataCite Infrastructure Overview (Ed Zukowski, British Library)|
|Working with DataCite: Responsibilities (Elizabeth Newbold)|
On 6 July 2012 we brought together background to the DataCite metadata schema, and practical examples of how people are creating and using metadata about research datasets for citation and discovery. Our thanks go to Jez Cope (University of Bath) for setting up an archive of Twitter activity on the #BLDataCite hashtag for the day.
|Overview of metadata for data citation and discovery (Alex Ball, DCC)|
|Developing the DataCite metadata schema (Elizabeth Newbold, British Library)|
|Case study: data.bris (David Boyd, University of Bristol)|
|Case study: Archaeology Data Service (Michael Charno, ADS)|
|Dataset discovery@ British Library (Rachael Kotarski, British Library)|
|Metadata for data discovery (Steve Donegan, STFC)|
|Advanced metadata applications (David Shotton, University of Oxford)|
This mini-workshop gave people the chance to use DataCite's various APIs, to mint DOIs and search for and harvest associated metadata.
|Overview of DataCite infrastructure (Ed Zukowski, British Library)|
|Exercises (on GoogleDocs)|
This workshop, held at the British Library on October 29th, focused on the challenges of making data that is ethically, legally or commercially sensitive available and citable.
More than 30 participants attended the event, which heard contributions from data repositories that deal with such data daily and RDM researchers who are working to improve the way we share and cite sensitive data.
|Managing sensitive data for sharing – the UK Data Archive experience (Veerle Van den Eynden, UKDA)|
|Institutional, Biomedical and Personal Research Data Management Perspectives (Jonathan Tedds, University of Leicester: PREPARDE and BRISSKit)|
|Working with commercial partners (Catherine Pink, University of Bath: Research 360)|
|Scientists are sensitive too: some issues in research ethics arising from data sharing (Brian Matthews, STFC-RAL)|
This workshop, held at the Library on December 3rd, looked at the challenges of citing data that has various versions, granularities or other structural facets that may make citation difficult.
|Mapping the data publication paradigm onto the operations of the British Oceanographic Data Centre (Roy Lowry, BODC)|
|The Publisher's perspective and the F1000 approach to versioning (Rebecca Lawrence, F1000 Research)|
|DIY DOI - a researcher's perspective on registering and citing data (Simon Coles, University of Southampton and National Crystallography Service)|
The fifth workshop in the series took a more holistic view of citation in the context of the day-to-day work of the repository, focusing on the practical measures that needed to overcome the barriers - whether financial, technical or cultural - to the adoption of DOIs (or other identifiers) for data.
|Working with the British Library and DataCite (Elizabeth Newbold and Caroline Wilkinson, British Library)|
|Preparing the repository for DOIs (or building one from scratch) (Tom Parsons, ADMIRe, University of Nottingham)|
|Engaging with Researchers at the University of Exeter (Gareth Cole, Open Exeter)|
This workshop, held at the Library on June 14th 2013, looked at research data metrics from the perspectives of a range of stakeholders and at the various tools that are now emerging to provide information about the usage and impact of data.
|Measuring the Value and Impact of Research Data Management (Neil Beagrie, Charles Beagrie Ltd.)|
|The Data Citation Index (Nigel Robinson, Thompson Reuters)|
|ODIN – ORCID and DataCite Interoperability Network (John Kaye, British Library)|
|IRUS-UK: Institutional Repository Usage Statistics (Paul Needham, Cranfield University)|