Time and energy is spent in obtaining valuable research data. Good data management is crucial to ensure that the data remain accessible and usable in the future, for both yourself and others. But what does that involve?
In this introductory workshop, you learn about the key aspects of creating, implementing and maintaining a successful Data Management Plan through practical examples and hands-on exercises.
By the end of this training, you will:
- be equipped with the knowledge to get started with Data Management Plans.
- have a clearer idea of research data management, including data management practices (e.g. FAIR) and their advantages.
- be able to draft a Data Management Plan using a funders’ template, looking at practical examples for real-world application.
Target group: Researchers, academic staff and support staff. The workshop is provided at a beginner level.
Capacity: 15 participants
Workshop format: Online via Zoom (after registration, you will receive a link for the session). This workshop takes 2 hours.
Frequency of the workshop: Quarterly.