What every PhD should know about his/her Research Data
Drs. Christina Elsenga

Managing your research data well is an essential research skill. Keeping track of several versions of your data can be a daunting task, especially if you cooperate with colleagues. If you describe the processes of preparing, handling and storing your research data in a Research Data Management Plan (RDMP) early in your research project, you can make your life a lot easier.

  • Examples of questions to address are:
  • How can I publish datasets related to my journal article?
  • Is there a secure alternative to Dropbox and Google Drive for sharing data?
  • Can I get enough storage on the University's network drive?
  • Who owns the data that I collect during my research?
  • And what to do with article 4.1.5. of the PhD regulation?
  • What happens to my data when I leave?
    These questions and the basics of a RDMP will be addressed by Christina Elsenga (Research Data Office) in an interactive session about Research Data Management.
    You are very welcome to share your own questions!
    PhD regulations

    Location: Lokaal 13