Lancaster Data Conversations
When is the next Lancaster Data Conversations event?
The next event will be on Thursday, 4 May 2017, 1.45-4pm, in the Library, C130.
The theme of the event is Data Security and Confidentiality.
Follow the link here or on the top right and register as speaker or attendee.
After the event please give us feedback: bit.ly/ludataconfeedback
The third Data Conversations event is scheduled for September 2017, 1.45-4pm.
Can I present my data use case?
Yes! We want to hear from researchers and practicioners from different disciplines. In a short presentation (10 minutes) tell us about:
- The nature of your research data
- Difficulties and challenges in managing your data
- Benefits and obstacles of data sharing
What are Data Conversations?
Data Conversations are 2-hour events where current Research Data Management issues are being discussed. There will be a mixture of short talks and panel discussions.
Who should attend Data Conversations?
The Data Conversations bring together researchers, research support staff and data management experts from all subject areas. Experienced researchers are welcome as well as PhD students.
Why Data Conversations?
Research Data is at the heart of the research process. Funders and UK Universities have recognised this in the recently launched Concordat on Open Research Data. But what does that mean for you as a researcher?
The Lancaster Data Conversations aim to bring data practitioners together to talk about how researchers create, collect, use and share data.
Views on RDM will vary across disciplines and research methods. Managing sensitive interviews differs from working with large datasets generated by sensors. We want to provide a platform to discuss on how you approach data management and what challenges you face.
"The benefits from opening up research data for scrutiny and reuse are potentially very significant; including economic growth, increased resource efficiency, securing public support for research funding and increasing public trust in research." (Concordat on Open Research Data, July 2016)
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