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How and where can you archive your research data?

The goal of the University of Bergen is that data resulting from research activity should be made readily available for reuse in accordance with FAIR-principles. Researchers are encouraged to make their data openly available as early as possible in the research process

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Sharing and re-using quality-assured research data is considered good scientific practice. Most funders, e.g. Norwegian Research Council or Horizon Europe, and publishers require that the research data from a project is made openly available. The saying is "as open as possible, as restricted as necessary", meaning that research data should be openly available unless prevented by legitimate considerations relating to security, protection of personal privacy, IPR or trade secrets.

In this webinar, you will get a short introduction to the FAIR-principles, and how and where you can archive your research data.

Use the "Register" link in the information box on this page to register your place.

The course will run if there are 5+ UiB participants registered. A Zoom link will be sent to registered participants the day before the seminar.

 

Past presentations

Presentation slides from past courses are available on Zenodo.