Data management training is available from a range of providers. A small selection of material from around the web is given below.
To see the full selection of training resources listed in this catalogue, including details of Oxford's own provision, you can use the filtering options at the top of the main Tools, services, and training page.
Online courses and resources
A guide to data management throughout the research life cycle, from CESSDA (Consortium of European Social Science Data Archives).
A MOOC developed by the the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and the University of Edinburgh, offered via Coursera. (Please note that while a free version is available, a charge applies for the full version of this course.)
A lesson program within The Carpentries, designed to teach concepts, skills, and tools for working more effectively with data.
A free online course for researchers, scientists, and anyone working with data, funded by the Natural Environment Research Council (NERC).
A range of online training courses, including:
Online courses on cleaning, exploring, extracting, and presenting data - and more.
A collection of online training modules from the School of Advanced Study, University of London, covering various topics such as:
Tutorials to help humanists learn a wide range of digital tools and techniques to facilitate their research.
An introductory course for those who support researchers in storing, managing, archiving and sharing their research data, from Research Data Netherlands.
A curated collection of openly accessible training materials, hosted on Zenodo.
A module looking at emerging trends and best practice in data management, quality assessment and IPR issues, from Parthenos Training.
Data management toolkits for postgraduates and early career researchers in the visual arts.
Materials for trainers
A repository for open educational resources on data management, such as lessons, best practices, and videos.
Teaching materials for a series of training modules for medical and other science researchers.