Data management involves the organization and maintenance of data during the active stages of a project, and suitable archiving of the data at the project’s completion. It is an on-going activity throughout the data lifecycle.
Research data are data "used as primary sources to support technical or scientific enquiry, research, scholarship, or artistic activity".
Many publishers and granting agencies are asking authors and grant holders to make the data underlying their published research and intellectual products publicly accessible.
Data management planning includes consideration for many elements including organizing data, metadata, storage of active, legal and ethical considerations, data reuse and citation, long term storage considerations.
This half-day conference aims to foster a conversation around the benefits and challenges of managing research data in the University context.
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