Admission Price: Free, please book a place
Series: Good Practice in Research Week
Speaker: Andrea Chiarelli (Research Consulting)
Research data management: Planning and managing your data before, during and after your project
As part of the third day of City’s Good Practice in Research Week, Open Scholarship, Andrea Chiarelli will run a session on Research Data Management: dealing with ‘data’ before, during and after your projects (all disciplines are welcome!)
If your research is in the arts, humanities or social sciences, ‘data’ might not be the right word for you: outputs such as notes, interviews and transcripts, interview coding and digitised media all fall within the scope of research data management. If you work with these types of information, do join us at this workshop to find out more about how they can be managed and preserved!
- Managing: before, during and after
Coffee Break: 15.00-15.10
- Re-using research data
- Funder requirements on RDM
Tea and coffee will be provided
Andrea is a consultant in the field of higher education, specialising in research data management practices, open science and knowledge exchange. He is well versed in quantitative and qualitative research, thanks to a PhD in engineering and his current role.
Andrea leads the development of the Jisc Research Data Management Toolkit and has worked on this evolving topic with universities, research funders, publishers and the public sector.
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When and where
2.00pm - 4.00pmWednesday 30th October 2019