Register for training in research data management and open science
Stay ahead of the evolving research landscape by sharpening your skills in research data management (RDM) and open science. Our webinars are free and open to all, regardless of prior knowledge. While the training primarily targets researchers, university staff, and students, anyone with an interest in these topics is welcome to participate. Whether you're a seasoned researcher or just starting, our webinars offer valuable opportunities to reassess your ways of working, learn new things, and update what you already know. Each training season, we also include entirely new topics, as well as update our recurring webinars based on your feedback.
New topics this autumn include, for example:
- AI and Research Work
- Open Educational Resources (two case examples from Aalto)
- How to Draft a Privacy Notice and Consent to Participate (exceptionally, this webinar is for Aalto University only)
Many of our webinars will be recorded but always also include interactive parts or a Q&A at the end which won't be recorded for your privacy. We invite you to engage with our experts, ask questions, and ignite discussions. While some sessions may include some Aalto University specific information, the fundamental principles we explore are universally applicable.
Come join the discussion – we look forward to seeing you in the autumn training sessions!
Questions about the training and data management can be sent to: [email protected].
RDM and open science support at Aalto University:
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.
We offer free and open to all training in research data management and open science.
Data Agents are researchers who work to improve data management in their department, school, or unit.
The principle of openness is the key principle of science and research. At Aalto University, the most visible forms of open science are open access publications, open research data and metadata, and combining openness and commercialisation.