Mar 18, 2016
from 12:00 PM to 02:00 PM
|Where||LECTURE ROOM 3, ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT , TRUMPINGTON ST|
|Contact Name||Holly Shaw|
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How do you manage your research data? Should you do it differently?
Perhaps your research is going well, your industrial partner is delighted with the results – they will have a great competitive advantage. But the Research Councils want you to make the data widely available for others. Maybe your industrial partner isn’t so happy now?
Maybe you are working with partner academics but who decides how the research data is managed and disseminated? When can it be shared with academic groups outside the partnership? And how is it being managed by other academic groups inside the partnership? And our American cousins?
Dan Crane, Research Support Librarian in the Engineering Department, will discuss good practice in managing data, provide some pragmatic tips for how to do it most easily and effectively and provide a case study to bring it all to life.
FRIDAY 18TH MARCH
LECTURE ROOM 3, ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT , TRUMPINGTON ST
12:00 for lunch and seminar from 12:30 to 13:30, questions and networking to 14:00
Please contact Holly Shaw (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you’d like to come along and with any dietary restrictions