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 In the CENDARI project you will assist in the recruitment and running of the ‘Trusted Users Group’. The Trusted Users Group (TUG) are critical friends, motivated by their interest in the possibilities for CENDARI for their own work, and willing to apply an understanding eye to technologies or components that may not yet have been fully tested or integrated. Together with this group, in quarterly cycles, you will test project outcomes and report back to development partners within the project. ​ In the CENDARI project you will assist in the recruitment and running of the ‘Trusted Users Group’. The Trusted Users Group (TUG) are critical friends, motivated by their interest in the possibilities for CENDARI for their own work, and willing to apply an understanding eye to technologies or components that may not yet have been fully tested or integrated. Together with this group, in quarterly cycles, you will test project outcomes and report back to development partners within the project. ​
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 The second component of the job involves raising awareness among librarians and archivists, (and academics where appropriate) of the potential that is bundled together in rich data resources presented with tailored tools such as are created by the CENDARI project. This involves organising workshops, training sessions, instruction videos, and other instruction materials as appropriate. The materials you create for this purpose are to form the nucleus of a training archive, where ideas and materials are held that may be re-used in other contexts (e.g. CERL awareness campaigns). The second component of the job involves raising awareness among librarians and archivists, (and academics where appropriate) of the potential that is bundled together in rich data resources presented with tailored tools such as are created by the CENDARI project. This involves organising workshops, training sessions, instruction videos, and other instruction materials as appropriate. The materials you create for this purpose are to form the nucleus of a training archive, where ideas and materials are held that may be re-used in other contexts (e.g. CERL awareness campaigns).
  
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