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Online ResBaz 2.0: A model for collaborative, scalable and sustainable digital research skills delivery?

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The Research Bazaar is a worldwide festival promoting the digital literacy emerging at the centre of modern research. We and our research community LOVE the usual in-person cohort event full of digital skills workshops, social activities and amazing food. However, we have had to adapt over the last two years. In responding to the uncertainty of lockdowns, the push to deliver/attend online, increasingly financially challenging environments, and our community needs, we again joined forces to deliver ResBaz online in 2021 (https://resbaz.auckland.ac.nz).

Building on successes and lessons learnt from 2020, the 2021 event is expected to be bigger and more diverse - benefitting from additional planning time! Laura, Yvette and Matt will share how they collaborated to deliver an online ResBaz - what worked and what didn’t, and what this experience can contribute to wider scaling and sustainability issues.

ABOUT THE AUTHORS
Laura Armstrong is a Senior eResearch Engagement Specialist at the Centre for eResearch, University of Auckland working to engage researchers in eresearch, and deliver research data management services and researcher enablement projects. https://orcid.org/0000-0003-2370-3924

Yvette Wharton is the eResearch Solutions Lead at the Centre for eResearch, University of Auckland, working on research data management services and researcher enablement projects. She has extensive experience in University teaching, research and IT environments and is passionate about using her broad knowledge to facilitate people to achieve their aspirations.http://orcid.org/0000-0002-6689-8840

Matt Plummer is a Digital Research Consultant in Victoria University of Wellington’s Centre of Academic Development. In this role he utilises a background that spans the arts and technology to act as a ‘digital interpreter’, working with researchers from different disciplines to utilise technology in innovative and transformative ways. https://orcid.org/0000-0002-2737-2707

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