Research Data Management in the active phase of research
Good data management in the active phase of a research project facilitates your future research, eases collaborations, enables advanced analysis methods, and is a prerequisite for archiving high-quality data.
Good Research Data Management (RDM) is the first step towards sharing FAIR research data. In this webinar you will learn about the research data life cycle and get helpful tips on RDM best practices. The webinar is targeted towards early career researchers but as useful for established researchers and supervisors who would like to update themselves.
The webinar will give an introduction on how to:
- organize your data in a structured way
- keep your data tidy
- document your data in a way that it is understandable for yourself and others
- safely store and backup your data and make use of available resources at UiB
Open Access to Research Data
The University Library offers guidance on various aspects of research data handling and data management planning.