New Open Data in Practice event

Posted on 8 April 2018

The Benefits of Sharing Data event is being held on Thursday 17 May from 2.00pm to 3.30pm in ARC/014.

At the first Open Data in Practice event you are invited to come and share your experiences around the benefits of sharing research data.

If you want to know more about the benefits of sharing research data, register to attend and learn from your colleagues’ experiences. If you have benefited from openly sharing your research data, come and present your own data experience to others.

The event is organised by our Research Support Team and is open to all staff and postgraduate research students.

Read full details about the event and register to attend

Events in the Open Data in Practice series give you a fantastic opportunity to share, discuss and exchange ideas on research data management with your peers.

Can I present my own data management experience?

Yes, we want to hear from researchers and practitioners from different disciplines. In a short presentation (no longer than 20 minutes) tell us about:

  • What kinds of data are you sharing openly?
  • How you have shared research data?
  • What does open data mean in your subject area?
  • What are the benefits, and challenges, of sharing research data?

Speaker slots are available for this event. Email if you’d like to present.

Further information

Who should attend Open Data in Practice?

Open Data in Practice will bring together researchers, research support staff and experts in data management from all subject areas. Whether you are a PhD student, early career researcher or experienced academic, we want you to come along and share your data experiences.

Why Open Data in Practice?

Funders and Universities UK have recognised the benefits from opening up research data in the recently launched Concordat on Open Research Data. But what does that mean for you as a researcher?

Approaches to research data management will vary across different disciplines and research methods but we can still learn from one another. We want to provide you an opportunity to discuss data management, the challenges you face and the solutions you have identified.

Have a question about Open Data in Practice?

If you have any questions, contact the Library’s Research Support Team: