Having a data sharing mindset creates a firm foundation for your research project. Structuring, securing and storing your research data appropriately from the start creates opportunity for collaboration and deepens the impact of your research, internally to your research team and externally with the wider research community.
During this "Sharing research data" workshop, participants will be guided through aspects of data management planning, how to differentiate storage practices based on the sensitivity of the data and what you need to have secured in order to comply with funder mandates and steps you need to take in order to make your research data as open as possible or as closed as necessary.
The core themes of this workshop will be:
- good research data management throughout the research lifecycle
- ethical considerations of storage and sharing
- how to share your research data and make it "open" to ensure funder compliance
This workshop is aimed at new career researchers undertaking new research projects and those looking for a refresher of open data and open research practices.