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Digital Scholarship Center

UiO's Digital Scholarship Center (DSC) can help you take advantage of digital tools and methods in your research and assist you with navigating the university's complex digital ecosystem.

The center is in the early phase of development. The main focus in this phase is to develop an advisory service for Research Data Management.

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Research Data Management at UiO

Having proper Research Data Management (RDM) routines will help you save time, enables sharing and reuse of data, and promotes open science. However, RDM in a digital context can be challenging and complex. We offer guidance and consultation on RDM topics including:

  • writing and implementing RDM plans 
  • storing, organizing, and classifying data
  • selecting appropriate IT-tools and methods
  • costs for RDM 
  • legal advice regarding privacy, intellectual property including copyright, and licensing 
  • relevant policy and guidelines at UiO
  • archiving, publishing and maintaining research data

Need advice?

Visit us at the room 230, in the 2nd floor of Niels Henrik Abels hus.

Book an appointment

Or send us an email to research-data@uio.no

Courses and workshops

DSC organises courses, workshops, and events related to digital scholarship and digital skill development including Carpentries and CodeRefinery

Oct. 7, 2020 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM , Niels Henrik Abels hus, Room 209
Oct. 8, 2020 9:15 AM - 12:00 PM , Ole-Johan Dahls hus: Seminar room Java and Logo

Digital scholarship communities

Interested in teaching or helping at workshops? Join us in:

Do you have any suggestions for workshops or seminars or questions about the workshops? Send an email to digitalscholarship@ub.uio.no

Other useful resources

About DSC project

The DSC project is an ongoing project at the UiO Library. The goal of this project is to develop a visible and accessible hub where researchers can get assistance and advice regarding challenges they face within digital research process. We would love to hear your feedback!