Domain Data Protocols for Educational Research
We make Research Data Management easy.
The advantages of DDPs
They facilitate research data management for researchers.
They can serve as community-specific research data management standards.
They help with the assessment of data management plans by third-party funding bodies.
About the Project
6 Different modules
What are Domain Data Protocols?
DDPs are pre-filled data management plans.
They define a minimum set of requirements on how FAIR data should look like.
They help to archive data according to the FAIR principles and to share it with others as openly as possible.
They provide use cases, standards, guidelines and regulations and other resources for them.
The idea for the DDPs comes from Science Europe.
Where are we active?
- Blog post on the launch of the project websiteIn order to publicize the official launch of the project website and thus the project itself to a broader public, a short article was written for the GESIS blog and published on 13 July. The blog post focuses on three main points.Continue reading “Blog post on the launch of the project website”
- DDP-Bildung at the IDCC 2021On April 19th, Sebastian Netscher presented the Paper Domain-specific Data Management Plans and Cross-Disciplinary Interoperability at the IDCC-2021, to promote the project DDP-Bildung. Drafted by Sebastian Netscher, Anna Schwickerath, Anja Perry and Reiner Mauer, the paper examines the challenges ofContinue reading “DDP-Bildung at the IDCC 2021”
- Evaluation-Workshops on the DDP-Documentation-ModelOn February 24th as well as on March 2nd and 4th the project has held two workshops with researchers to evaluate parts of the domain data protocols developed. Both workshops were organized by Qualiservice Bremen and the Center for TeacherContinue reading “Evaluation-Workshops on the DDP-Documentation-Model”