Difference between revisions of "Standard Operating Procedure"

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* Book venue, hotel & catering
 
* Book venue, hotel & catering
 
* Register BYOD at the BYOD Wiki and at the beneficiary's communication channels
 
* Register BYOD at the BYOD Wiki and at the beneficiary's communication channels
* Plan & execute preparatory webinars
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* Plan & execute preparatory webinars, use the template on the wiki
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* Create OSF project (https://osf.io/), invite participants
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''Execution''
 
''Execution''
 
* Execute the programme
 
* Execute the programme
* Use a support file to document research questions and outcomes
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* Use the osf pages to document research questions and outcomes
 
* Select someone to write an outcome report, and set due date for report
 
* Select someone to write an outcome report, and set due date for report
 
* Store data in an open or closed repository
 
* Store data in an open or closed repository

Revision as of 15:57, 22 November 2016

Standard Operating Procedure BYOD


Preparation

  • Contact Mascha Jansen (mascha.jansen@dtls.nl) if you are interested in organizing a BYOD
  • Discuss & allocate budget
  • Invite data owners & data experts
  • Set date
  • Book venue, hotel & catering
  • Register BYOD at the BYOD Wiki and at the beneficiary's communication channels
  • Plan & execute preparatory webinars, use the template on the wiki
  • Create OSF project (https://osf.io/), invite participants


Execution

  • Execute the programme
  • Use the osf pages to document research questions and outcomes
  • Select someone to write an outcome report, and set due date for report
  • Store data in an open or closed repository


Follow up

  • Send outcome report to DTL and other beneficiaries
  • Store report
  • Plan and execute teleconferences to follow up after 2-3 and 6-8 weeks, to tackle any problems data owners might encounter.