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Research Data Management: Why Plan?

For: Date: Time: Location: 1st Year PGR students
Wednesday, November 21, 2018
14:00 - 15:00
Building 46 Room 2003
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Keeping your data safe, findable and re-usable is essential to good research. Planning this from the start helps not only the sharing of data in the longer-term, but ensures that it is available for you as the primary researcher to find and use as you begin to write up your thesis or article. This lecture will focus on what you need to know to complete a Data Management Plan (DMP) for your PhD

Research Data Management: What you need to know from the start

For: Date: Time: Location: All PGRs
Friday, November 30, 2018
13:00 - 14:00
Building 44 Room 1057
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Research data management is about good research practice. Research data comes in many forms and this lunchtime briefing will cover principles that apply to all types of data including annotations on texts, scanned images, notes and observations, pictures, sound as well as spreadsheets. The purpose of research data management is to enable researchers to create high quality research that is reliable, reproducible and retrievable. Greater emphasis is being placed on research data as an output and increasingly Governments and Funders have the expectation that data, created through research they have funded, will be made available for future research.

Research Data Management: Why Plan?

For: Date: Time: Location: 1st Year PGR students
Thursday, December 13, 2018
13:00 - 14:00
Building 02A Room 2065
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Keeping your data safe, findable and re-usable is essential to good research. Planning this from the start helps not only the sharing of data in the longer-term, but ensures that it is available for you as the primary researcher to find and use as you begin to write up your thesis or article. This lecture will focus on what you need to know to complete a Data Management Plan (DMP) for your PhD

Research Data Management: What you need to know from the start

For: Date: Time: Location: All PGRs
Tuesday, December 18, 2018
12:00 - 13:00
Building 67 Room 1023
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Research data management is about good research practice. Research data comes in many forms and this lunchtime briefing will cover principles that apply to all types of data including annotations on texts, scanned images, notes and observations, pictures, sound as well as spreadsheets. The purpose of research data management is to enable researchers to create high quality research that is reliable, reproducible and retrievable. Greater emphasis is being placed on research data as an output and increasingly Governments and Funders have the expectation that data, created through research they have funded, will be made available for future research.

Research Data Management: What you need to know from the start

For: Date: Time: Location: All PGRs
Thursday January 10, 2019
12:00 - 13:00
Building 67 Room 1001
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Research data management is about good research practice. Research data comes in many forms and this lunchtime briefing will cover principles that apply to all types of data including annotations on texts, scanned images, notes and observations, pictures, sound as well as spreadsheets. The purpose of research data management is to enable researchers to create high quality research that is reliable, reproducible and retrievable. Greater emphasis is being placed on research data as an output and increasingly Governments and Funders have the expectation that data, created through research they have funded, will be made available for future research.

Research Data Management: Why Plan?

For: Date: Time: Location: 1st Year PGR students
Tuesday, January 15, 2019
13:00 - 14:00
Building 44 Room 1041
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Keeping your data safe, findable and re-usable is essential to good research. Planning this from the start helps not only the sharing of data in the longer-term, but ensures that it is available for you as the primary researcher to find and use as you begin to write up your thesis or article. This lecture will focus on what you need to know to complete a Data Management Plan (DMP) for your PhD

Research Data Management: What you need to know from the start

For: Date: Time: Location: All PGRs
Friday February 01, 2019
16:00 - 17:00
Building 58 Room 1007
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Research data management is about good research practice. Research data comes in many forms and this lunchtime briefing will cover principles that apply to all types of data including annotations on texts, scanned images, notes and observations, pictures, sound as well as spreadsheets. The purpose of research data management is to enable researchers to create high quality research that is reliable, reproducible and retrievable. Greater emphasis is being placed on research data as an output and increasingly Governments and Funders have the expectation that data, created through research they have funded, will be made available for future research.

Research Data Management: What you need to know from the start

For: Date: Time: Location: All PGRs
Monday February 25, 2019
13:00 - 14:00
Building 59 Room 1257
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Research data management is about good research practice. Research data comes in many forms and this lunchtime briefing will cover principles that apply to all types of data including annotations on texts, scanned images, notes and observations, pictures, sound as well as spreadsheets. The purpose of research data management is to enable researchers to create high quality research that is reliable, reproducible and retrievable. Greater emphasis is being placed on research data as an output and increasingly Governments and Funders have the expectation that data, created through research they have funded, will be made available for future research.

Research Data Management: What you need to know from the start

For: Date: Time: Location: All PGRs
Friday, March 29, 2019
12:00 - 13:00
Building 44 Room 1057
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Research data management is about good research practice. Research data comes in many forms and this lunchtime briefing will cover principles that apply to all types of data including annotations on texts, scanned images, notes and observations, pictures, sound as well as spreadsheets. The purpose of research data management is to enable researchers to create high quality research that is reliable, reproducible and retrievable. Greater emphasis is being placed on research data as an output and increasingly Governments and Funders have the expectation that data, created through research they have funded, will be made available for future research.

Research Data Management: What you need to know from the start

For: Date: Time: Location: All PGRs
Tuesday, April 16, 2019
12:00 - 13:00
Building 06 Room 1081
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Research data management is about good research practice. Research data comes in many forms and this lunchtime briefing will cover principles that apply to all types of data including annotations on texts, scanned images, notes and observations, pictures, sound as well as spreadsheets. The purpose of research data management is to enable researchers to create high quality research that is reliable, reproducible and retrievable. Greater emphasis is being placed on research data as an output and increasingly Governments and Funders have the expectation that data, created through research they have funded, will be made available for future research.

Research Data Management: What you need to know from the start

For: Date: Time: Location: All PGRs
Friday, May 17, 2019
13:00 - 14:00
Building 67 Room 1023
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Research data management is about good research practice. Research data comes in many forms and this lunchtime briefing will cover principles that apply to all types of data including annotations on texts, scanned images, notes and observations, pictures, sound as well as spreadsheets. The purpose of research data management is to enable researchers to create high quality research that is reliable, reproducible and retrievable. Greater emphasis is being placed on research data as an output and increasingly Governments and Funders have the expectation that data, created through research they have funded, will be made available for future research.