Submitted 17 March 2022 by Felix Engel
At Freiburg University (Germany) we are currently conceptualizing a course on creation and management of osteological research data. We would like to cover general aspects of research data management, introduce data models and their formulation and help participants to structure their own data. We want to provide both theoretical knowledge of related technologies and hands-on skills. Participants should walk out with working solutions for their own data requirements.
The course is aimed at osteologists, research projects, institutions producing and curating research data and researchers in collaborative investigations.
We are currently applying for funding of the outlined course. Given that our application will be successful, we would like to start sessions in spring 2023. If you are interested in participating or would appreciate the existence of such a course in general, we ould be happy to list you as a prospective participant. This would help us to document interest from the scientific ommunity to ur funding organization. Your support does not entail any obligation on your side. For more information, please contact Felix ngel ([email protected]) at Biological Anthroplogy – Faculty of Medicine, University of Freiburg.
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