Monday May 31st
9:00-12:00 CET, Zoom
Target audience: Researchers and research support staff
An active approach to research data management can improve quality and consistency in data collection and analysis, as well as contribute to FAIR data and Open and Reproducible Science.
This workshop will focus on the practical aspects of documentation and metadata in research projects, which are essential aspects to ensure that data can be understood and reused. It will both give a basic introduction for those who are not familiar with metadata, but will also be relevant for those that have more experience. Practical examples of how research groups from different disciplines document their data will be presented.
In the first part of the workshop 3-4 four short presentations will introduce metadata and show examples of practice from different fields. The second part will give you as a researcher (or research support) the chance to discuss metadata and documentation in further detail in break-out rooms, in the context of demos and practical examples. There will be several break-out-rooms to choose from, depending on level of expertise and field of research.
Detailed program and more information to come.
You can register for the workshop using this link.