Basics of Research Data Management
About this Event
In the course of your research, you’ll face questions on how best to organize, store, preserve and share the data you collect and use.
During this workshop, explore basic concepts and best practices of research data management. You’ll learn how to manage your data throughout the research lifecycle, establish file naming conventions, document workflows, and select long- and short-term data storage solutions. You’ll also explore the current requirements and issues around rigor and reproducibility of your data.
Sarah E. Katz, health science librarian, and Daniel Peart, data services librarian, will lead the workshop.
This virtual workshop is open to UD students, faculty and staff. It is co-sponsored by the Research Office and the Graduate College. Those managing different types of data or working with grant-funded research are encouraged to attend.
Registration is required. Once registered, you will receive an email with details on how to join the workshop via Zoom. The workshop will not be recorded.
This workshop is part of our Love Data Week programming, which includes workshops and table events that celebrate data and raise awareness about available research data services.