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Workshop: Research Data Management in the Time of the GDPR

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    Lisa de Leeuw

    On December 11th DANS is organizing a workshop on Research Data Management in the Time of the GDPR for early career researchers in the social sciences.
    This workshop will provide an overview of how to manage, document, store and safeguard research data by implementing good data management.
    In particular, the workshop focuses on the ethical and legal issues in data sharing and handling confidential information in the light of the European General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). The workshop is based on the online Data Management Expert Guide which was developed by the Consortium of European Social Sciences Data Archives (CESSDA ERIC).




    Welcome by Peter Doorn, director DANS


    Introduction to the CESSDA Data Management Expert Guide – Ricarda Braukmann (DANS)


    GDPR and Personal Data: Basic concepts – Libby Bishop (GESIS)


    Practical Session on Data Sharing and Informed Consent – Libby Bishop (GESIS)


    Lunch Break


    GDPR and Research in the Netherlands – Marlon Domingus (EUR)


    Practical Session on Data Protection Impact Assessment for Research – Marlon Domingus (EUR)


    Tea and Coffee Break


    Q&A with Expert Panel: Libby Bishop (GESIS), Marlon Domingus (EUR), Heiko Tjalsma, Emilie Kraaikamp (DANS) & Marion Wittenberg (DANS).


    Wrap up

    Invited speakers
    Libby Bishop is Coordinator for International Data Infrastructures at the GESIS Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences in Germany. She has worked in the area of research data management for over a decade, with special interest in legal and ethical issues of sharing data.
    Marlon Domingus is Data Protection Officer for Erasmus University Rotterdam and philosopher in the world of privacy. Curious about the various aspects of safeguarding privacy, and speaks and blogs about this. Loves to make nice things that are practically applicable.
    Participation is free of charge and includes lunch. The workshop is open to a limited number of participants (maximum of 30 participants) and registration is required. You can register here.

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