PK: Research Data Management (Part I)
Jan 27, 2022
from 09:00 to 12:45
|Contact Name||Somaye Rezaei|
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Research data management has become increasingly important for all researchers in recent years, primarily due to the requirements of major funders. However, this course will demonstrate that even without these requirements, good research data management is an extremely useful thing for any researcher.
The course introduces the basics of research data management. These include the following questions:
- What is research data?
- What is good scientific practice?
- What is research data management and why do we need it?
- What does research data management involve?
- What should be considered when storing data?
- How is data published?
- What legal obstacles may arise in relation to research data?
- Who owns research data?
If you have specific questions, please feel free to send them a few weeks in advance to "firstname.lastname@example.org" so that they can be addressed in the course if necessary.
// Andre Pietsch (JLU Universitätsbibliothek) studied "Language, Literature, Culture" with "Computer Linguistics and Texttechnology" as Main Subject and "German Linguistics" as Side Subject at the JLU Gießen. After finishing 2016 he worked as a research associate in the historical lexicographical project "ZHistLex" for about 3,5 years. Since March 2020 he is the research data consultant of the JLU Gießen.