I found this course, Best Practices for Biomedical Research Data Management, interesting and extremely informative. As someone just entering an LIS Masters Program, with a concentration in medical librarianship, I found it exciting and promising to learn all that librarians can do as an integral part of a biomedical research team.
I took this course because this is a career path that interests me immensely, and after completion of the course, I am excited to learn more. It confirms for me that I am on the right path. The format of the class worked very well for me. I appreciated the speaker transcripts and downloadable slides, as I wasn't always able to watch the videos with audio. I also found Canvas extremely user friendly.
It taught me about how the save Metadata safely and securely. Also learnt about the laws of saving ,,collecting,and sharing data. This course is a must if you are dealing in data. Even if you are a photographer and you want to be professional in saving your digital photos it will help you.
The course was very well-structured, it was important that at the beginning of every module there was information about time needed to complete it. Also very interesting articles and other reading material. After taking and teaching many online courses I learnt a lot of new from the point of methodology - especially I liked the quiz at the beginning of each module. Also presented cases were very interesting and thought provoking.
Interesting course about research data world, from data types and life cycle, to sharing and preservation of biomedical research data. A lot of quizzes, discussions and case studies. Good quality material. I found this course great and useful. Prepared teachers. Ideal for research and librarians.
This course was very educative and quite practical. My Lines Manager recommended this training for me to be able to understand data management. The modules in this course were all very educative. The much I have gained is unbelievable.
It was a very intense course but you learnt a lot because of that. I would recommend it to anyone that is in the Data collecting side of things .Also to photographers to learn safe ways of storing data.