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Webinar 10: Data Stewardship – What’s in for me?

Topic for the day: ‘Data Stewardship: What’s in for me?’
Date: Monday 18 September 2023
Time (plus zone): 11:00 UTC / 12:00 BST / 13:00 CEST.
Duration: 45 mins presentation plus 15 mins for questions and answers.

About the session:

Everyone is talking about data stewardship. But what does it really mean? And, especially, what’s in it for me and why should I care?

This webinar covers the very practical aspects of data stewardship: what do people mean by it, why it is important (= the selfish benefits of good data stewardship), and, crucially, where and how to look for help.

Presentation slides from the session are available here.

About the speaker: Dr Marta Teperek, Programme Leader for FAIR Data, Open Science NL – part of the Dutch Research Council (NWO); The Hague, Netherlands.

Marta Teperek is the Programme Leader for FAIR Data at the Dutch Research Council (NWO). She is a researcher by training and her is PhD in epigenetics and developmental biology from the University of Cambridge. After completing her PhD she led the establishment of the research data support team at Cambridge. Subsequently, she moved to the Netherlands to take up the role of Data Stewardship Coordinator at TU Delft, where she built and led a team of disciplinary data stewards. Before starting my job with NWO, she was the director of 4TU.ResearchData and the head of Research Data Services at TU Delft Library.