Over 500 Attended Our Research Data Management and Open Science Training in Autumn 2021

We had more than 1,600 registrations among over 500 participants. On average, the webinars got an overall rating of 4,5/5. Did you miss the training? Head on over to our YouTube channel for recordings, or join us for the upcoming spring 2022 training sessions.
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This autumn we opened the training also to those outside of Aalto University. We were glad to see that this led to a lot of international participants finding us. According to our feedback questionnaire, our training series was most popular among service personnel in research organisations, researchers, and doctoral students. The webinars with the most registrations were Current Trends in Academic Publishing: Plan S and Overlay Journals, and Introduction to Research Data Management.

Overall, the feedback was very positive: The average sum of the overall assessment of the webinars was 4,5/5. We also got some great ideas for improvement, such as including more practical examples and interactivity. In addition, we asked for suggestions for training topics and will take those into consideration for future webinars.

Thanks to all who attended and responded to our questionnaire. See you again for the spring 2022 training series! Registrations will open in January 2022. The schedule will be updated with registration links at the usual Training in Research Data Management and Open Science | Aalto University page.

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