About the Fellowship
The ELIXIR-UK Fellowship aims to embed Research Data Management (RDM) know-how into UK universities and institutes. Fellows create training materials, contribute to ELIXIR resources and deliver training locally. We look to support Fellows’ activities and efforts to build a community of practice within their host institutions.
The 6 main goals
1. Creating bites of content
Fellows produce around 5-10 short videos (3-5 minutes each) on aspects of RDM within their fields of expertise. These videos focus on relaying basic concepts or signposting larger pieces of work for a research audience.
2. Developing training courses
Developing content for face-to-face and online courses. Working solo or in collaboration with other Fellows, trainers and ELIXIR members.
3. Delivering training locally.
Organising training within their institutions or communities using material developed in the Fellowship or within ELIXIR.
4. Seeding local communities of practice
Delivering training courses locally and disseminating training materials helps get interested parties together. The activities of the Fellowship aim to help build the grassroots of a local community of practice.
5. Enhancing training skills and competencies
Fellows benefit from ELIXIR training courses, including Train-the-Trainer, and develop coaching relationships with other Fellows and trainers.
6. Contributing to international projects
Fellows contribute to RDM best practice and know-how in international resources: FAIR Cookbook, RDMkit
This Fellowship was funded through the ELIXIR-UK DaSH project as part of the UKRI Innovation Scholars: Data Science Training in Health and Bioscience call (DaSH). (MR/V038966/1)