Date: Tuesday 6 November 2012
Venue: Manson Lecture Theatre, LSHTM, Keppel Street, London, WC1E 7HT, UK
This half-day event explored the evolving requirements for managing and sharing research data and steps that may be taken to address these issues. It brought together speakers from several institutions to examine the motivations for maintaining research data over time, the challenges that may be encountered, and approaches that may be adopted.
During the event, the School formally launched its Research Data Management Support Service, a central service operated within the Library & Archives that will provide researchers operating across each Faculty with advice and guidance on good practice, and develop technical services that may be used to maintain research data in conformance with contractual and regulatory requirements.
An report on the event has been prepared by Sarah Jones for the DCC blog.
David Leon. London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine. Data sharing, openness and transparency: Why its good research. Slides.
David Carr. Wellcome Trust. Data Management and Sharing: a Funder Perspective. Slides
Peter Dukes. Medical Research Council. Maximising value of population health sciences data: The role for Data Management Plans. Slides
Libby Bishop. UK Data Archive. Integrating Data Management Support with the Research Lifecycle / Timing is Everything. Slides
Sarah Jones. Digital Curation Centre. Data Management Planning for the Health Sciences. Slides
Sue Childs. University of Northumbria. Ethical, methodological and practical aspects of sharing research data. Slides
Gareth Knight. London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine. Building an RDM Support Service for LSHTM: What we’re planning and where we need your help. Slides