You can still register for training in research data management and open science

For the first time, we have opened up our biannual webinar series on research data management and open science to those outside of Aalto University. We are just past the halfway point in our training calendar with eight webinars done, and six more to go. You still have time to register for the upcoming webinars.
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Next week, we have How to Make Your Research/Code Reproducible and Reusable (Nov 10), followed by Current Trends in Academic Publishing (Nov 17) and Legal Aspects of Research Data (Nov 18).
We will conclude this autumn's training series on November 22nd with a special session: Research Data in the Visual Arts.

Register for the Upcoming Sessions:

How to Store Research Data | Nov 4 2021 at 1–2 PM
Research Data Management and ACRIS in Chemical Engineering | Nov 5 2021 at 2–3.30 PM
How to Make Your Research/Code Reproducible and Reusable | Nov 10 2021 at 1–2.30 PM | Register
Current Trends in Academic Publishing: Plan S and Overlay Journals  | Nov 17 2021 at 1–2.30 PM | Register
Legal Aspects of Research Data | Nov 18 2021 at 1–2 PM | Register
Research Data in the Visual Arts | Nov 22 2021 at 1–2 PM | Register

Past Sessions:

Introduction to Research Data Management | Recording (YouTube)
Introduction to GitHubRecording | (YouTube)
Data Management Plans: a How-to | Recording (YouTube)
Handling of Personal Data | Recording (YouTube)
How to Share Research Data Through a Data Repository: A Zenodo Example
School of Electrical Engineering: Basics of Research Data Management
Working with Restricted Datasets
Basics of Data Anonymisation

Did you miss an interesting webinar? Don't worry – many of them are recorded and will be published on the Aalto Research Services YouTube channel. We will also link to them on the Training in RDM and Open Science webpage, where you can also find a listing of all of the webinars and links for registration.

Some recordings are already online, including our very popular, Introduction to Research Data Management, and some are still being captioned. On our YouTube channel, you can also find recordings of our previous webinars from last spring and autumn 2020 openly available.

Questions about the training or research data management? Don't hesitate to contact us at: [email protected].

More information about Aalto Data Support:

Research Data Management (RDM) and Open Science

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.

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