Research data management is the way you manage, store and structure data produced from the initiation to the completion of your research project. Researchers need to be aware of how you propose to manage, preserve and share your data even after the project is complete. As well as representing good research practice and enhancing the availability of data to the research community, managing and sharing your research data is often required by your funding body, along with Aston University Research Data Management Policy.
For further help, download the below tutorial for uploading your research data or alternatively contact: email@example.com
Sharpen your Open Access & Open Data Know-How
Do you have questions about Open Access publishing or Open Data? Would you like to know more about the policies and how to achieve compliance, e.g. for HEFCE, RCUK and the EC? Do you need help to upload publications and/or datasets to our repositories?
Whether you are new to Aston or require a refresher session, specialists in Open Access (Malcolm Horne), Open Data (Ammar Wahid) and Pure (Paul Jones) will be running a training session in MB525b on the following date:
Thursday 12th October, 2-3pm
After the session there will be time for optional hands-on help. To book your place please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
There are many benefits surrounding the management of research data, it is essential that your research data is managed as efficiently and effectively as possible to maintain a high quality of research practice and incur the benefits as seen below.