The final video in our series on the Four Golden Rules of Data Management highlights the importance of using a trusted data repository through the story of an artist who used Facebook to archive his life’s work.
The third video in our series on Four Golden Rules of Data Management recounts the story of the BBC’s ill-fated Domesday project in order to demonstrate the importance of migrating formats for preservation.
The second in our series of videos on Four Golden Rules of Data Management looks at the story of the Royal Oak 80 Survey, which teaches us a lesson on the importance of backing up research data.
To celebrate Love Data Week (10-14 February 2020), we are launching a series of videos titled “Four Golden Rules of Data Management”. These short videos look at examples of data management gone wrong which have hit the headlines and make recommendations for how these disasters could have been avoided.
In the first video, we look at the problems encountered by the Venice Time Machine project, and the importance of writing a data management plan.
Stay tuned for more videos in the series!