Developing a (FAIR) skills program to facilitate data intensive research

Thursday, Jul 26, 2018 - 10:00am to 11:30am

Please join us for the following talk given by Natasha Simons, the Associate Director, Skilled Workforce with the Australian Research Data Commons (ARD). She'll deliver a presentation entitled "Developing a (FAIR) skills program to facilitate data intensive research". The following is a description of topic of her talk. 

"Uptake of Research Data Management services and infrastructure depends on skilled multi-disciplinary teams at universities and within research projects that cut across multiple institutions and research disciplines. The full benefits of research infrastructure cannot be realised if the research community is not aware of its existence, does not know how to access or use it, or does not understand how it can help them solve their problems. With this in mind, the Australian government has developed a National Research Infrastructure Roadmap that highlights the need for skills in order to enable the most effective use of sophisticated research facilities."

Refreshments will be served. 

What: "Developing a (FAIR) skills program to facilitate data intensive research"
Where: CLICC Classroom C, 3rd Floor, Powell
Who: Natasha Simons
Bio: Natasha Simons is the Associate Director, Skilled Workforce with the Australian Research Data Commons. She works with a variety of people and groups to improve data management skills, platforms, policies and practices. With a background in libraries, IT and eResearch, Natasha has a history of developing policy, technical infrastructure and skills to support research and researchers. She is an Industry Fellow with The University of Queensland in Brisbane, Australia.