UK Data Service training – GDPR and research data

The UK Data Service is running a training session on Friday 4th May, on Managing and sharing research data: What is new with the GDPR?

“In this hands-on workshop you will learn best practices for managing and publishing research data resulting from research with participants. Specific attention will be paid to new requirements of the GDPR when gaining consent, processing and de-identifying data and sharing them for future use”

The UK Data Service is funded by the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) to meet the data needs of researchers, students and teachers from all sectors – but you don’t need to be an ESRC funded researcher to attend. It takes place at the University of Essex and the costs are £30 for UK registered students, £60 for staff from UK academic institutions.

Full details and the link for bookings are on the UK Data Service website.

About Dan Crane

Dan is a Research Support Librarian with particular focus on research data management and managing ORDO. He can help with all aspects of RDM and will happily review your Data Management Plan!
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