A few months ago, we had the great pleasure of spending a day with our new #DataImpactFellows at Chetham’s Library in Manchester – the oldest public libraries in the English-speaking world. During the day we asked some of them about what impact means to them. Ben Brindle (@bmbrindle) is aPhD student examining how the […]
Author: Neil Dymond-Green
Louise Corti, Service Director, Collections Development and Producer Relations and Associate Director and Deb Wiltshire, Senior Access and Support Officer, UK Data Service, introduce a workshop on sharing and archiving data derived from academically-run clinical trials.
A few months ago, we had the great pleasure of spending a day with our new #DataImpactFellows at Chetham’s Library in Manchester – one of the oldest public libraries in the world. During the day we asked some of them how and why they use data from the UK Data Service and why the Service […]
Naomi Saint and Sarah Foxen introduce the UK Parliament’s Knowledge Exchange unit and the importance of data in Parliament.
We’ve asked our #DataImpactFellows to share a day that has made an impression on them as early career researchers. Bozena Wielgoszewska talks us through a day she will never forget: the day of her PhD viva.
Jo Webb from the UK Data Archive, a partner in the UK Data Service, recently presented a workshop at the IASSIST conference on managing change and found out Marie Kondo is a great example to use.
Ana Morales-Gomez explores the ways that data from the UK Data Service collection can be used with students in the classroom. Today’s young people have grown up surrounded by unprecedented amounts of information, which is sometimes hard to sift through. Although overwhelming at first glance, this presents an opportunity for everyone involved in the teaching/learning […]