Love research data management: training event 14 February

Steve Hitchcock

Developing DataPool’s declared approach to student training for research data management at the University of Southampton, notably for PhD and Early Career Researchers, an introductory session aimed at students in the WebScience Doctoral Training Centre (DTC) will be held on Thursday 14th February. The following notice for this event, with joining information, has been issued by the DTC office.

Research Data – To Infinity and beyond … : Managing your research data for the future

Does your research data have life beyond your current project? Are there things that you can do now to make it easier to store, archive and share your data for future re-use?

Come along on Thursday 14 February at 13.00-14.00 to Rm 3073, building 32 where we will be raising awareness of “good practice” principles in the management of research data that will help enable future sharing.

The session will include a talk from Mark Scott, PhD Researcher Faculty of Engineering and the Environment, who produced the “Introducing Research Data” guide, and Dorothy Byatt, co-Project Manager, DataPool project plus Patrick McSweeney demonstrating the ‘hot-off-the-press’ ePrints Research Data App.  There will be opportunity for discussion and questions, during and after the event.

Lunch provided – RSVP Claire Wyatt by 12 February 2013. Please accept this invitation to reserve a place at this seminar.

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