- The TU/e Information Expertise Center (IEC) offers an introductory course to Research Data Management as part of the PROOF program. The course is held seven times per year, takes approximately two hours, and is intended for PhD students in their first year of assignment. More information about the course (intranet).
- Research Data Netherlands (RDNL) offers the Essentials 4 Data Support introductory course. This course can also be followed entirely online.
- Advanced data management workshops are offered by Data Carpentry. Workshops held by Software Carpentry may be of interest as well.
Good introductions to RDM are for example:
- Van den Eynden, Veerle e.a. (2011), Managing and sharing data: best practice for researchers, UK Data Archive (http://www.data-archive.ac.uk/media/2894/managingsharing.pdf), and;
- Strasser, Carly (2015), Research data management, NISO (http://www.niso.org/apps/group_public/download.php/15375/PrimerRDM-2015-0727.pdf)
Information about RDM can also be obtained via Twitter, for example by following the accounts of @4TUResearchData, @OpenScienceNews, @InSearchForData en @kdnuggets. Searching on Twitter for #otherpeoplesdata may also be quite informative.