The one-day workshop introduces participants to the creation of a DMP using the RDMO tool (rdmorganiser.github.io/). They get to know all aspects of a DMP.
Digitalization affects the way in which research is done today. Researchers have to face many challenges to collect and process digital research data. So they not only have to select suitable software and hardware, they also have to reflect its impact on the research process itself. In addition, third-party funding agencies and scientific organizations increasingly demand researchers to open their minds for the idea of Open Science and to provide FAIR research data. All this requires a proactive planning and documentation of the data management during the whole research process. An appropriate tool for this is the data management plan (DMP). It defines and documents framework conditions, responsibilities, specific strategies for collecting and processing data, its scopes and security as well as, where appropriate, the publication strategy for the research data.
The one-day workshop introduces participants to the creation of a DMP using the RDMO tool (rdmorganiser.github.io/). They get to know all aspects of a DMP and can develop a DMP for their research project.
For organizational reasons, registration for this workshop is required by November 28 at the latest. With the registration, we ask you to provide us with information about your research focus, your (planed or existing) research projects as well as materials and methods you are using to analyze data according to your research questions.
To sign up, please send an email with your full name and your PhD subject/field of research to firstname.lastname@example.org.