Data management plans for postgraduate researchers

All postgraduate researchers are required to have a Data Management Plan (DMP) in place before completing their first annual review (GRS3).  This workshop will help you to achieve this by covering the basics of Research Data Management, including:

  • Identifying the different types of data you will create during your research
  • The security, sensitivity and storage considerations relating to that data
  • The FAIR data concept
  • Using the DMPOnline tool to create your DMP

If you are in receipt of funding from one of the UK Research Councils, a charity, or have commercial sponsorship, you may find it worthwhile to bring along any existing DMPs relating to the research grant award - this will aid in the development of your own DMP.  

Audience

This course is aimed at postgraduate researchers who are required to have a Data Management Plan in place before completing their first annual review (GRS3).

Workshop dates

  • Tuesday 30 November 2021, 13:00-14:30, via Zoom.  Booking is through the SuperSaas system - you will need to register for an account the first time you use this.
  • In the meantime, you may like to consult our Research Data Management Canvas course.

Please note: all our workshops are subject to a minimum registration requirement. If this is not met the workshop will be cancelled and you will be offered a place on an alternate date.

Postgraduate researchers with disabilities

Please contact libraryresearchskills@contacts.bham.ac.uk if you have any support requirements resulting from a physical, sensory, or hidden disability, mental health, or a specific learning difficulty. We would be happy to provide assistance to ensure your time with us is enjoyable.

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