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This session is for PGRs and staff.

High quality research requires good data management. Research data management also facilitates the sharing and dissemination of data. The University is committed to embedding research data management (RDM) as an integral part of the research process and for research data to be shared whenever possible.  Many funding bodies now require provision for data management in grant applications (data management plans).

This session (an hour) will provide an introduction into RDM, what is good practice throughout the data lifecycle, data management plans and sharing.

By the end of this session participants will:

  • learn about why RDM is important
  • have an  understanding of Funder and University polices
  • learn about data management plans and how they can apply to their research
  • be aware of some of the tools and support services available, both within the University and externally
Date:
Friday, September 29, 2017
Time:
2:00pm - 3:30pm
Location:
Taylor Room
Campus:
Sydney Jones Library
Categories:
Researcher KnowHow
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Presenter

Judith Carr
Sarah Roughley