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FAIR data bitesize: An introduction to research data management for staff

Practical information

  • Audience: Postdocs and research staff at Queen's
  • Date and time: 20 Feb (17:00 - 18:00) or 16 Apr (17:00 - 18:00)
  • Length: 45 minutes
  • Place: Online
  • Number of places: TBC
  • Organised by: Research Data Management Team


This is a brand-new course

This training course is aimed at academic staff, including career researchers & Postdocs. It is aimed at all researchers who would like to develop their understanding of research data.

  • This is bitesize course and will provide a brief synopsis of research data management and the support services we offer within the RDM team at Queen's.
  • This course will provide information on active data storage, data management plans (DMPs), sensitive data, datasets and the sharing of your data at the end of your project/publication of research
  • It will provide information and resources that will support you regarding the management of your data throughout the research lifecycle
  • This training is a must if you are new to research data management and wish to learn about this fast evolving area
  • Why should you attend? Most funding bids will require a DMP. Funders will also require that you share your data and make it FAIR. Need to know where you want to save your active data? Do you have sensitive data? This course will provide you with the information to assist  with these questions

There is also an opportunity for a one-to-one follow-up immediately after the class online to answer bespoke queries. If you wish to avail of this booking, please note it in the booking form.