Write your first data manage­ment plan


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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 gut@uni-trier.de.

Kontakt: Gradu­ier­ten­zen­trum Univer­sität Trier (GUT) (graduiertenzent@uni-trier.de)
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