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Effective Research Data Management
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Effective research data management is central to good research.
Funding agencies are increasingly expecting researchers to manage effectively the data produced as a result of the research they fund, to enable it to be able to exploit for further research. This is reflected in their data sharing policies and the inclusion of data management and sharing plans as part of research bids.
The course will provide participants with the knowledge to manage their research data at every stage of the data lifecycle, from pre-project planning, data creation, data management, publication, long-term preservation and issues of sharing and re-use.
The course will focus on the specific nature of research data in the social sciences, both qualitative and quantitative, and the challenges that this presents.
By the end of the workshop, participants will:
UK Data Archive (2011). "Managing and sharing data: best practice for researchers". Colchester: UK DAta Archive. Viewed 1 November 2012
Intermediate (some prior knowledge)
External student from DTP partner universities (City, UEA, Essex, Goldsmiths, Kent, Reading, Roehampton, Royal Holloway, Surrey) – Free.
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Data Management , Qualitative Data Handling and Data Analysis, Quantitative Data Handling and Data Analysis
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