About Rebecca Grant
I am Springer Nature's Research Data Manager, having previously worked as digital archivist at national public institutions and a national repository in Ireland. I have a background in the humanities, and I am currently undertaking a part-time PhD which is investigating the connections between archival science and research data management. My main areas of interest are in best practices and standards in data management, with a focus on digital preservation. I am also qualified in project management and Open Data training, and I will be contributing to training and guidance for authors and editors in the next year.
Areas of Expertise
This slideset introduces the Springer Nature Data Support services. It provides context on the challenges researchers face in sharing their data, and how the Data Support Services can assist authors in making their data both available and findable.
The Data Publishing team has been on the road in February and March, presenting our work at the International Digital Curation Conference in Barcelona and the Research Data Archiving and Preservation Summit in Chicago. The slides and other outputs are now published and available for anyone who didn't make it to the events in person.