In the last couple months I had several meetings (when it still was possible) and phone calls with members of the CRC.
Since my academic background is neither in medical nor in life science I never have been confronted with a lab journal and what didn’t know about what it is used for.
In December I had a very nice meeting with PhD candidates from the UKA who showed me their lab journals and how they work with it. This was very important for me and I got a better understanding what the mandatory elements are we have to keep an eye on for the ELN. Thank you very much!
It is always nice to get feedback for the newsletters and that the topics touched may help to think about research data. This was also the case after the second newsletter when I was asked by a PI for a meeting to discuss possible ways of organizing and structuring their data in the research group.
Even in these days I have meetings via MS Teams to answer questions about tools for collaborating with colleagues on a document or using the archive of the RWTH.
If you have any questions concerning RDM you can easily reach me by mail and we can have e.g. a MS Teams-meeting to find answers or solutions to your questions or problems.