Presentations from »RESEARCH DATA MANAGEMENT AND OPEN DATA«,
Participants can expect to understand and be acquainted with:
23. – 25. July 2015
- Introduction to Open Science
Janez Štebe, ADP: Introduction to Open Science
- Research Data Management (RDM)
Lectures: What is open access and open data? What are current RDM policies? What are the benefits of the planned research? What is RDM?
Hands on: DMP tools and how to use them. How to develop a RDM plan. How to write your own RDM plan.
- Legal and Ethical Issues
Lectures: How to deal with sensitive research data to assure later reuse? What are the main legal and ethical issues for data reuse? Methods used to assure open data: consent, anonymisation, access regulations.
Hands on: How to develop an appropriate consent form? How to anonymise research data?
- Deposition and Using of Data
Lectures: What is the research data lifecycle? Preparing data and documentation for digital curation. How to deposit data into a data centre/repository. How to access international social science data via recognised data centres/repositories and how to use their services.
Hands on: How to prepare data and documentation for digital curation. How to access social science research data, and use tools available by data centres.
Sonja Bezjak, ADP: Research Data Lifecycle: role of Data Services in a Data Lifecycle
Irena Vipavc Brvar, ADP: Preparing data and documentation for digital curation
Sonja Bezjak, Irena Vipavc Brvar, ADP: Deposit data to data centre / Repository
Irena Vipavc Brvar, Sebastian Kočar, Janez Štebe, ADP: Access to social science data
Malgorzata Winiarska-Brodowska, Jagiellonian University, Krakow, Poland: Data Management in the ‘European Union facing challenges: European press on EU foreign relations’ project.
Yelena Istileulova, University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Economics, Slovenia: Effects of international accreditation on institutional change in b-schools (Research data management)
Peter Rožič, Santa Clara University, USA: Introducing and Managing the Lustration Index: Measuring Post-Communist Transitional Justice