Further RDM training and resources from King's and other organisations.
Managing your research data
This is a three-hour, classroom-based introduction to research data management which aims to equip researchers and research support staff with the knowledge and skills they need to manage data more effectively in order to meet the expectations of the university, funders and publishers, and to reduce the risk of breaching legislation and codes of conduct. It includes advice about creating, storing, securing, keeping and disposal of data, and advice on data management planning in order to ensure that research data remain accessible for as long as required.
The content is intended to be useful to a broad audience rather than focusing on a specific domain.
PLEASE NOTE: THE SESSION DOES NOT PROVIDE TRAINING FOR SPECIFIC DATABASE SOFTWARE OR METHODS OF DATA ANALYSIS.
Courses covering other aspects of data management
Courses covering additional aspects of research skills.
How to prepare a data management plan
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Bespoke RDM training session
KCL Libraries & Collections
We have created an online research data management course available via Keats. The course consists of seven modules covering key topics in data management such as how to plan, organise, store, secure, preserve and share your research data.
EDINA Data Services/University of Edinburgh
Free online course for researchers and information professionals across the disciplines.
Expert Tour Guide on Data Management - CESSDA ERIC
Online data management training for social scientists
Free online course funded by the National Environment Research Council (NERC) and aimed primarily at PhD students and early careers researchers working in the sciences.
Data Management Short Course for Scientists - ESIP Commons
Online modular based course providing data management training for scientists and data professionals
Manage, Improve and Open up your Research and Data - Parthenos
Data management training for researchers who work in the Cultural Heritage and Humanities sectors.
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