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Library training

Research data, repositories and metadata

General description Library's Open science specialist will tell you how research data can be made findable, accessible, interoperable and re-usable. 
Subjects to be covered
  • Storing the research data ensures that the data is available, understandable and usable also in the future. Just by backing up the files that contain research data, you cannot ensure that the data remains usable. When choosing the storage for the research data, you have to consider the practices in different fields of science, which originate from the research and publication traditions.
  • What to consider when sharing data? 
    • Ethical and legal issues
    • Anonymisation
    • Metadata
  • Publisher and funder requirements related to the research data.
  • Discipline-specific data repositories
  • How to cite data?
Format Short presentation
Duration 20-30 min
Dates On demand
Intended audience Postgraduates or researchers. The presentation can be modified according to department / funder needs.
Booking / more information openutu@utu.fi or Library Publication services team, team leader Päivi Kanerva paivi.kanerva@utu.fi

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