Planning for research is essential and should include data management. Well-considered Research Data Management (RDM) is important for the success of a research project.
- What does a Data Management Plan Contain?
- I am starting a research project. How should I manage my research data?
- What should I do with sensitive data?
- Where can I deposit my research data at the end of a project or publication or publication.
Creating a Data Management Plan can be very illuminating and produces a useful document to provide to funders or to discuss with supervised students. This session will focus on what a plan needs to contain, take a look at some camps DMPs and will demonstrate the use of the Digital Curation Centre's DMP online service with the chance to create a plan for your own project.
Who should attend?
University of Warwick Research Active Staff (staff on Research-focussed, Teaching-focussed and Research and Teaching contracts) and PhD students.
Workshop enables delegates to:
By the end of the session attendees will have
- learned how to create Data Management Plans for research
- gained a great understanding of RDM
- discovered where to find help if needed
Vitae Development Framework:
Knowledge and intellectual abilities: A1
Personal effectiveness: B1
Research governance and organisation: C1
Any pre-work for this workshop will be emailed to delegates
Heather Lawler, Research Data Office, The Library
Thursday 30 January 2020
15.00 - 16.30
Library Training Room, Floor 2, The Library
Research Data Officer,
Administrative Assistant, Organisational Development,