GDPR & research data management: what does it mean for you?

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Course Overview

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) strengthens the rights for data subjects and requires those gathering data to be clear and transparent about why and how personal data should be gathered stored and used.

This session will provide guidance on how to collect and manage research data that contains personal information, ensuring compliance with GDPR legislation and good data management practice.

This session will help you understand:

  • Why research data must be collected and managed in a way that complies with GDPR
  • The key features of new data protection legislation
  • Data subjects’ rights and consent for data collection
Tools and guidance on data sharing and preservation
Aimed At

Early Career Researchers, Post Docs, Research Staff

* Postgraduate Researchers are eligible to attend but must book through https://mypgr.le.ac.uk/

Dates

21 April 2020 1030-1200

Facilitator Laurian Williamson Head of Research Services and David Jenkins Records Manager
Contacts If you have any questions about this course, please contact: dcevents@le.ac.uk
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