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Homepage / Research webinar: Using DMPonline to write a data management plan – 4 February

Research webinar: Using DMPonline to write a data management plan – 4 February

18/01/2021

Thursday 4 February, 1-2pm

Presenter: Greg Simpson, Research Data Manager

All researchers produce data in the course of their investigations and good data management is vital in underpinning research excellence and integrity. The UK Research Councils (such as EPSRC or BBSRC) also require universities and researchers to follow certain procedures about how their research data is managed if they receive research council funding.

If you’re starting a new research project or expect to soon, join us to discover the best way to start managing your research data effectively – by creating a dynamic plan using DMPonline.

The webinar is open to any Cranfield staff member or student interested in research.

You will be able to access the webinar both on and off campus, but you will need to book a place through the DATES system on the intranet.

Once you have booked, you will be sent a Webex link for your chosen session. We’ll also send you a reminder shortly before the session. Look out for the emails!

Please note this session may be recorded.

Book now


This session forms part of a series of monthly webinars covering topics such as Open Access, setting up an ORCID, and using CORD. Find out about future sessions.

 

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Written by: Rachel Daniels

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