Research data sharing is a key component of open science and continues to be driven by changes in policy. Research data management (or RDM) is encompassed by broader research management. Publishers, funders, and institutions promote the sharing of research data to encourage transparency and knowledge-sharing worldwide as well as to support new policies and Open Data initiatives. In this webinar, we will share stories on how institutions use Data Monitor’s dataset search and discovery capabilities make it easy for librarians and research offices to track their institution’s entire research data output and monitor compliance with open science policies. With Data Monitor’s data cleaning, enrichment and integration options, we will show you how to ensure that metadata is visible, accessible and available for use in key analyses, reports and decision making.

In this webinar we will cover:
  • A brief overview of Research Data Management
  • Trend and importance of research data
  • Challenges in tracking institutional research data
  • Institutional dataset discovery and data sharing and monitoring
  • How institutions benefit from applying Data Monitor
Dimas Putra
Senior Product Manager II
Dimas joined Elsevier as Senior Product Manager in May 2022 and currently leads the product initiatives for Data Monitor, a tool to help academic institutions draw insights by tracking their research data. Dimas' experience varies across many global technology companies in Europe and Asia, primarily in technology product management, risk, and analytics. Dimas likes to share his experience working with many institutions that decided to adopt Data Monitor to simplify research data tracking and measure progress towards Open Data to the Research Data Management communities.
Charity Elifritz
Senior Customer Consultant, Research Intelligence
Charity joined Elsevier in 2017 as a Research Intelligence Customer Consultant covering the Eastern United States to advise in research management and analysis tools. She regularly consults research directors and managers on what they can do to improve their institutional research strategy utilizing Elsevier tools. Before coming to Elsevier, she was a chemist with Sigma-Aldrich and then became the lead in business development for their Stable Isotope division. She is a firm advocate of researchers helping researchers.
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