October 8, 2015

New training on research data management

Door: Petra Ploeg | Categorie: data management plan, events, research data

Have you heard of data management but don’t know how to implement it? Do you need to write a data management plan but don’t know where to start? Do you need to make your data available to comply with funder requirements?

This afternoon training addresses these issues in an accessible, hands-on way. We explain what data management means for research in practice, how to implement it in your research project, and which services are available to support you.

The training is in English and is aimed at PhD, postdoc, and other researchers at Tilburg University. No earlier knowledge on data management is required.

  • Date and time: Thursday 26 November 2015, 14:00 – 16:15 hrs.
  • Location: Library Building, lecture room L 104

Please find the program and registration details on the university intranet (login required).

This training is a joint service of LIS Research Support and CentERdata.

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