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This event is for postgraduate research students or staff.

Good data management has increasingly become an expected element of high quality research. The University is committed to managing research data to the highest standards throughout its lifecycle and embedding research data management (RDM) as an integral part of the research process. Funding body mandates are also now placing a greater emphasis on evidence of appropriate provision for data management in grant applications.

This hour-long session will provide an introduction to the RDM landscape with a particular focus on data management planning, which is a vital component of good practice in RDM and covers issue throughout the data lifecycle.

By the end of this session participants will:

  • learn about the importance of research data management and curation
  • have an understanding of funder’s requirements for data management and sharing
  • understand what a data management plan is and how to complete one
  • be aware of some of the tools and support services available, both within the University and externally
Date:
Monday, March 27, 2017
Time:
2:00pm - 3:00pm
Location:
Taylor Room
Campus:
Sydney Jones Library
Categories:
Researcher KnowHow
Registration (8 Places left)

Registration is required for this event.

Presenter

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Martin Wolf
Sarah Roughley