Data management plans (DMP) have gained importance in research in the last few years. A DMP describes how data in a research project will be collected, processed and made available. Writing a DMP can even be mandatory in some publicly funded projects. However, it can be challenging to write a DMP for a researcher without any support from the university or research lab.
In this workshop we will make an honest review on DMPs. We will start by introducing research data and DMPs, then we will present the tools to write a DMP, the challenges faced and the best practices for writing DMPs.
Nov 21, 10:00 - 11:30
The webinar will be held in English.
Benjamin Gerrit Pfeil, Norwegian School of Economics, Senior advisor, Office of Research Administration and Library)
Jordan Cohen, Toulouse Capitole University, Data librarian, Department of Research Services