Making your research data openly available is becoming an important part of the research process. More publishers are requiring authors to make their data available; and grant funders, including Australian Research Council (ARC) and National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) are pushing researchers to be more open. Being more open helps to address both reproducibility issues and to maximise the benefit from publicly funded research.
Effective data management is an important part of ensuring open access to publicly funded research data. – www.arc.gov.au/about-arc/strategies/research-data-management
In this session we’ll look at:
• What issues you need to consider in a Research Data Management plan;
• Why open data matters;
• How to use ROADS (Repository of Open Access Datasets), Flinders University’s Research Data Repository; and • Good data practice even if you are using a different platform.
This workshop will be delivered in person in the Noel Stockdale Room*, Level 1, Central Library, level 1 and online (via Teams). *Covid protocols may necessitate the in person sessions to be held online only.
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