FOSSY Wrap-Up: Shoji Kajita on Research Data Management Skills Development Leveraged by an Open Source Portfolio

Welcome to part 5 of our 7-part series reviewing all the great talks we were fortunate enough to host during the Science of Community track at this year’s FOSSY.

In this talk, Dr. Kajita introduced us to the work being done as part of the Apereo (formerly JA-SIG/Sakai) to create FOSS platforms to serve as academic and administrative infrastructure in higher education. Research data management is a skill that emerging scholars must learn to do modern quantitative research — and this skill can be scaffolded and tracked via the Karuta portfolio tool.

Watch the talk HERE, learn more about Karuta HERE, and learn more about Dr. Kajita HERE.

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