This workshop is currently being planned and further details will follow shortly.
Research data management (RDM) refers to the handling, storage, curation, preservation and provision of continuing access to analogue and digital research data. While the nature of the data that might be collected for a research project might be varied - even within a project - good data management skills are essential in all cases.
To promote good practice at every stage of the research lifecycle, the Library has created a collection of online resources and webinars to provide practical advice and guidance with collecting, storing, retrieving and preserving your data.
This short webinar session will focus on whether you should publish your data and, if so, when, where and how.
Who is it for?
Research Active Staff (staff on Research-focussed, Teaching-focussed and Research and Teaching contracts) and Postgraduate Researchers.
Workshop enables Research Active Staff (RAS) to:
- Learning outcomes TBC
This webinar will provide particpants with an opportunity to discuss the issues covered in the Research Data Management and Planning Moodle course and consider how these impact on their own research practices. In order to fully participate you will be encouraged to engage with the relevant section(s) of the online course prior to the webinar. A link to any recommended reading will be circulated at least one week in advance.