Training opportunity: Research Data Management

Early Bird Seminar: Getting to Grips with Research Data Management
Wednesday 3rd June 2015: 9.30-11.00
Research Meeting Room, Library 2nd Floor
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 Whether you’re conducting interviews, collecting samples, creating software or analyzing texts, your research data is a valuable asset which should be managed properly and made publicly available alongside your other research outputs wherever possible.  This session will give an introduction to the basics of research data management: what it is, why it’s important and ways that you can embed research data management into your everyday working practice.

 This session is open to anyone who collects/creates/works with research data (academics, researchers, research students).

 Please enrol directly by using the Staff Learning Management System (LMS)  (Please note: LMS does not work well with Chrome).  Select ‘Search and register for scheduled learning events and waiting lists’, highlight ‘IET classes’, Look for code: IET/RC/EBS, Date: 03/06/15

If you are a part-time research student, please contact

About Isabel Chadwick

Research Support Librarian at the Open University. I look after ORDO, the institutional research data repository and provide guidance and training on all thing research data related.
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