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DCC spring training days 2022 and 2023 **Community Building** *Engaging researchers with data management and Open Science* **DCC Spring Training Days - day 1** In this Spring Training workshop, we learn about community building, discuss examples in which community helps to engage researchers with data management and open science, learn good practices in community building. **Preparation** I prepared a small reading assignment for the session. Please complete it BEFORE June 2. While doing the pre reading, please reflect on your own work and see if things resonate. During the session, there will be time for connecting with one another and sharing questions and experiences. 1. chapter 5. Networks of Data Champions (90 -106) of the book [Engaging Researchers with Data Management: The Cookbook]( (the book is open access) 2. Blog post by Ryan Holiday [29 Lessons From Owning A Bookstore]( **Code of Conduct** * We want to create an environment where participants learn from each other about their experiences. * This session is meant to be a safe space. Please be nice and respectful to each other * We do not tolerate any form of discrimination, intimidation or harassment. If you feel any one of these guidelines has been violated, please contact Margriet Miedema <>. **Outcomes of the session** After this session, the participants will: - be able to identify community management aspects in their work - learn some vocabulary of community management and apply this vocabulary to their work - appreciate the system and planning behind community management - get an overview of existing resources and initiatives - have shared questions and experiences with other participants and made new connections **More from us!** If you are interested to learn more about what's being done on RDM at the VU, you can follow us on [Twitter]( If you have questions, contact VU RDM Support Desk <> or Lena Karvovskaya <>
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