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NEW! Research Data Management
- Tuesday, November 28, 2017,
2:00 PM till 5:30 PM
- Tuesday, November 28, 2017,
- Registration Opens
- August 2, 2017, 9:00 AM
- Registration Deadline
- October 28, 2017
- Course Fees
- This course is free of charge and for doctoral candidates and postdocs of the University of Basel only (min. 6, max. 24 participants).
- Organized by
University of Basel, Library
in collaboration with
Transferable Skills Program
The Swiss National Science Foundation supports strongly the idea that research data should be shared as openly as possible. The SNSF requests therefore the submission of data management plans (DMP) as an integral part of the grant application from October 2017 on: researchers are asked to describe in the DMP what kind of data they will have, how it will be documented, accessible in a long term and which ethical and legal aspects exist regarding their data. Other funding programs, like the European Program Horizon 2020 require DMPs as well. In the Workshop we will address these requirements by international funders, good ways to write a DMP and in particular, using DMP as a helpful instrument beyond mere requirements.
1.What are the requirements for research data management by Swiss National Science Foundation, Horizon 2020 and other research funders?
2.What is a Data Management Plan (DMP) and how will it strengthen your research activity?
3.Which tools and practices are helpful to create and write a DMP for a grant proposal and beyond?
4.How do you write and use a DMP?
5.Which resources are available to guide you at the University of Basel?
Input, group discussion and hands-on activities, homework and individual feedback
Doctoral Candidates & Postdocs
About the Trainer
Silke Bellanger (University Library Basel)
Silke Bellanger is an academic librarian and head of research support services at the library. She works in research and university libraries since 2006, focusing on open access, research data and information literacy. She holds a M.A. in Sociology, History and Public Law and a Master of Advanced Studies in Information and Library Sciences.
Lecture 3.5h, Writing a Data Management Plan 4h
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