Lunchtime Data Bites
5 July 2017
Special Collections Room, Albert Sloman Library
Do you generate data in your research? Are data sometimes sensitive and confidential in nature, and require secure handling and storage? Are you wondering how to write a data management plan for your research grant application? Do you want to publish or share your research data, but are not sure how to proceed? Are you concerned whether it is ethical to share your data and how best to discuss this with research participants?
If you answered yes to any of these questions, then come and learn about specific data management topics during our series of free Lunchtime Data Bites on Wednesdays; 12.00-13.15, in the Special Collections Room in the Albert Sloman Library (first floor).
Each session will include a 20 minute presentation, followed by 40 minutes of practical exercises, demonstrations, discussions and Q&As. Bring your laptop to get hands-on experience with our tools and resources. Coffee, tea and biscuits will be provided.
Booking for each session can be made in advance to secure a place, or you may drop-in if places are still available.