Digital Scholarship@Leiden

CDS Data Reuse Day 2024

CDS Data Reuse Day 2024

February 12, 2024 at the Centre for Digital Scholarship

Time to put more attention to why we are sharing data: on February 12, 2024, the Centre for Digital Scholarship will hold a “Data Reuse Day” with tutorials, flash talks, and hands-on activities about data reuse. Everyone interested in data reuse is invited to attend. The event will take place at the Centre for Digital Scholarship, Leiden University Library, Witte Singel 27, 2311 BG Leiden. Please register before February 7th, 2024, by sending an email to Registration might close earlier if the space limit is reached.

Provisionary Agenda

9:45-10:00 Walk-in with coffee

10:00-10:05 Introduction to the day

10:05-10:30 Invited talk:
FAIR Workflow tooling to Facilitate Data Sharing and Reuse: a Hands-on Example of DeSci Nodes by Philipp Koellinger, DeSci Labs.

10:30-12:00 Tutorial: “How to reuse data for your research” by Peter Verhaar, Leiden University Libraries.

12:00-13:00 Lunch

13:00-14:00 Activity session:

  • Posters:
    • SAILS: The Future of AI is Human by Mischa Hautvast, Leiden University.
    • Data storage options at Leiden University by Michelle van den Berk, Leiden University Libraries.
  • Presentation & discussion: Ownership of data from a legal perspective by Erna Sattler, Leiden University Libraries.
  • Interactive workshop: Data reuse in education by Tessa de Roo, Leiden University Libraries.

14:00-14:30 Invited talk:
FAIR assessment of nanosafety data reusability with community standards by Egon Willighagen, Maastricht University.

14:30-14:45 Break

14:45-16:00 Flash talks

  • Coming of Age on Instagram: An Experiment in Reusing In-Depth Interview Data by John Boy, Leiden University.
  • Data stories – CLARIAH: SPARQL’ing diamonds by Wieke Metzlar & Jochem Kruit, Radboud University.
  • Reusing data to find multi-omics molecular signatures in Inclusion Body Myositis by Daphne Wijnbergen, LUMC.
  • Fostering Research Skills through Replication and Data Reuse: A Case Study in Indirect Translation by Susana Valdez, Leiden University.