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This presentation will discuss a rapidly developed series of 5 workshops on research data management (RDM) at a large Canadian university in the context of a fully virtual academic year due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Across the world, many institutions had to adapt quickly to a "new normal" of online teaching. With this change, instructors endeavored to adapt courses and training to a virtual environment while maintaining rigor and pedagogical best practices. The presenters will outline and discuss specific lessons learned in developing a completely new curriculum model for virtual RDM instruction at their institution, including team teaching (relying on both the RDM specialist and subject liaison librarians), keeping the content and ambiance light-hearted and fun, building interactive elements throughout the workshops using Poll Everywhere, and incorporating an instructional scaffolding approach through the provision of digital resources.
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