Researcher Development: Data – What do I need to know?
Universities are increasingly requiring their researchers to manage, store and archive their data appropriately. The University of Notre Dame Australia is no exception and a Research Data Management Policy and Procedure are currently being drafted.
If you would like to find out more about the data landscape in Higher Education and what services and facilities Notre Dame offers in this area, then this Researcher Development session will help. This workshop will give a general introduction to definitions, managing, storing and publishing data and will be available to participants from all campuses.
- What is Research Data?
- Funders and Publishers - what have they got to do with data?
- Why manage Research Data?
- Open data, data citation and impact
- Data connections, reuse opportunities and discovery
- Steps involved in Research Data Management
[NB This session will not cover code, working with data, analysis or presentation]
Fremantle: St Teresa’s Library ND17/106. Please confirm your place by clicking the Register button below.
Broome & Sydney: streamed via Collaborate Ultra. Please contact Jackie Stevens Jackie.firstname.lastname@example.org for the link at least 1 hour prior to the start of the session.
Researcher Development classes
The University Library offers a range of free workshops to help develop skills and strategies for researchers. You may attend as many of our research skills (including referencing), publishing and research management sessions as you like. Sessions are added or updated often, so do check the Library Classes calendar regularly.
- Wednesday, May 1, 2019
- 9:30am - 10:30am
- FRE-ND17/106 (Training Room)