Conference: Research Data Management in Art and Design

Rachel Jillions of the University of the Arts London has just sent through details of this conference which might be of interest to researchers in Art and Design.

Research Data Management in Art and Design
Thursday 11th December
10:00-16:00

University of the Arts London is holding a one day conference on Research Data Management in Art and Design – ‘Where are we now?’
The conference will be an opportunity to learn about how data management is being addressed in the unique fields of Art and Design from the perspectives of the Arts and Humanities Research Council, University Research and Data Managers, and the Researchers themselves.

Scania clay modellingSpeakers:

The Arts and Humanities Research Council:
Christie Walker, Strategy and Development Manager
Anne Sofield, Head of Business Process and Analysis

University of the Arts London:
Simon Willmoth, Director Research Management
Betty Woessner, Research Systems and Data Manager
Researchers from UAL will be discussing their individual processes in documenting their projects.

Coventry University:
Professor Sarah Whatley, Professor of Dance and Director of Centre for Dance Research (C-DaRE)

Goldsmith’s University of London:
Dr. Muriel Swijghuisen Reigersberg, Research Development Officer
Andrew Gray, Research Librarian

Digital Curation Centre (DCC)

This free event will be hosted at Central Saint Martins, Granary Square, in the Main Lecture Theatre. The day will be of particular interest to Researchers, Research Managers, Research Administrators and Library Resource Managers involved in Art and Design Research.

Please RSVP: http://is.gd/ual_data_conf
Central Saint Martins map: http://www.arts.ac.uk/csm/about-csm/find-us/

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Posted on October 22, 2014, in Conferences, Library, School of the Arts and tagged , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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