Aalto RDM & Open Science Training Attracted 2,800 Registrations This Academic Year
Last autumn we decided to open our biannual research data management and open science training for anyone to attend. Since then, in addition to the Aalto University community, we have also got many registrations from other Finnish and European universities and institutions, as well as from further away, such as the US, Africa, and South America.
Most of the registrations came from researchers, and university and research institution service staff. There were also many doctoral students, and some Master’s and Bachelor’s students in attendance which we were very pleased about.
We are very proud of the work put in by the Aalto Research Data Management Network and our Data Agents in particular, in making our training series a success. We want to thank everyone who participated in the training and extend a special thank you to all of you who gave us valuable feedback!
You can follow our YouTube channel for updates on newly published webinar recordings. Our live webinars will continue again next autumn. The autumn schedule and registration information will be updated in August as usual at Training in Research Data Management and Open Science | Aalto University.
We hope to see you in our webinars!
Aalto Research Services YouTube Channel
Good research data management enables open science. Aalto University provides services, instructions and support to help our researchers manage their data well. We have opened up our free, bi-annual webinar training series on RDM and open science to everyone. You can find recordings of the past webinars on this channel.
More information about Aalto Data Support
Properly managed research data creates competitive edge and is an important part of a high-quality research process. Here you will find links to support, services and instructions for research data management.
Data Agents are researchers who work to improve data management in their department, school, or unit.
We offer free and open to all training in research data management and open science.