FAIR Research Data Management in a day: Basics for Chemists
January 1 @ 9:00 – December 31 @ 17:00 CET
Good Research Data Management (RDM) is essential in today’s data driven digital revolution. We offer you a 1-day workshop in combination with tailored material on an e-learning platform that will guide you through the basics of RDM applied to a chemistry context. The workshop will be held in English and is open to anyone in Germany who wishes to take part. Registration for the first workshop will open soon.
Duration: Preparation in e-learning platform: 6 hours + Workshop: 7-8 hours
Participants: 25 per workshop
|Definitions||Data Life Cycle, Research data, RDM|
|Data Quality||Metadata, Data organisation|
|Documentation||Data Management Plan, Electronic lab notebook|
|External Framework||Policies, GRP, Funders|
|Data preservation||Storage, Backup, Archiving, Sharing, Versioning, Rights & Roles|
|Data processing||File formats, SMILES, InChI|
|Publishing||Repositories, Data availability statements, Licences, Copyrights, Open Science, FAIR principles, Standards, Searching & Finding, Persistent identifiers, Ontologies|
If you would like to further the awareness of good Research Data Management, we offer workshops given in person at your institution. Here, we work together with your local research data managers to address local specifics, requirements, offers and services in addition to the basics of RDM. These workshops are normally planned for two days (5-6 hours per day) but can be changed as required. If you are interested, please contact us via email@example.com and we will get back to you as soon as possible.