Research data generated in projects must be stored and archived safely and in compliance with NMBU's guidelines for research data, national and international guidelines and regulations. Research data must also be made available for reuse where possible.
EU and the Research Council of Norway requires you to deliver a Data Management Plans for projects that they are funding.
Master students, PhD candidates, postdoctoral fellows, researchers, Associate Professors, Professors, research administration, library, IT and other.
Date for the course: 9 April at 09:30-14:30.
The course will also be held by digital means. A link will be sent out 2 days prior to the course date.
In this course you will learn more about
- Guidelines and responsibility at the institution.
- Privacy Act in research, duty to report, GDPR and the Data Protection Officer.
- Basic knowledge about data management, incl. storage, archiving and sharing/ reuse of data
- Basic knowledge about the Privacy Act in research and handling personal data
- Basic knowledge on Privacy Act regulations and consequences for research and development
- Gain principal knowledge of responsibilities at your own institution
- Gain principal knowledge about information security
- Be able to find and fill in a Data Management Plan and guide others about data management
- Be able to guide others to find and use tools and systems for storage
- Be able to find and make use of archive services
- Be able to give basic guidance to others about regulations and guidelines for Data Management, ethical guidelines for research
- Be able to find and use research data regulations
Lectures, practical exercises, experience exchange. Bring your own laptop!
Programme (appx. 5 hours)
|Introduction to data management at NMBU: Solveig Fossum-Raunehaug, NMBU Research Support Office|
|60 min||Lecture: Data management and Data Management Plans. What is it and "what’s in it for me"?: Gry Henriksen, NSD|
Introduction to NSDs Data Management Plan (DMP+) Gry Henriksen, NSD
Practical group tasks related to data managementand handling personal data: Gry Henriksen, NSD