Research Data Management: looking after your research material

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Session Overview

This course is for researchers and research support staff who want to learn more about developing good data management practices, data management planning, data sharing and curation practices throughout the research lifecycle.

Delegates will learn An understanding of the definition of research data and the different types of research data outputs. Increased awareness of complying with both funders and publishers expectations around data sharing. Organising and documenting data during your research activity. How to share (where feasible) your research data outputs after the end of a project or research activity

Aimed At

Early Career Researchers, Post Docs, Research Staff

* Postgraduate Researchers are eligible to attend but must book through



Laurian Williamson, Head of Research Services, University Library. Laurian's team provide specialist expertise in the area of open scholarship, including the management of research data, open access publishing, bibliometrics, and researcher development. It leads researcher stakeholder engagement across the entire research lifecycle.


17 October 2019 1000-1100

22 November 2019 1000-1100

17 January 2020 1000-1100

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