Life Science Data Management: Planning workshop
Generate a data management plan for a Life Science research project that will meet the requirements of Norwegian institutions
All Norwegian universities require a DMP for all projects. All projects that receive funding from the Norwegian RCN are required to submit a data management plan as soon as possible after the contract with the RCN has been signed. This workshop focuses on how-to generate a data management plan for a Life Science research project that will meet both requirements.
We would like to invite researchers (PhD candidates, Post Doctoral Fellows, Researchers, Associate Professors and Professors) in existing and upcoming Life Science projects to develop their DMP in this workshop.
Maximum number of participants: 45
The workshop will take place if there is at least 10 participants
0830 - 0900 Login support
0900 - 0915 Introduction
0915 - 0930 Requirements from the RCN
0930 - 1000 Parallel session: Local recommendations & storage infrastructures Institutional DMP guidelines
1000 - 1015 Short break
1015 - 1100 Introduction DSW
1100 - 1120 Information on national storage infrastructures
1120 - 1135 Short break
1135 - 1230 Persistent identifiers, Controlled Vocabularies & Ontologies
0900 - 1000 Key legal requirements for research in the GDPR and Health research act
- Personal Data Act
- Health Research Act
1000 - 1010 Dataverse-NO
1010 - 1020 Short break
1020 - 1050 Relevant deposition repositories/ data archives
- domain specific archives (ELIXIR/EMBL-EBI, NCBI)
- Dataverse NO
- NIRD archive
1050 - 1100 Short break
1100 - 1115 Licensing of data, biological material and software
1115 - 1230 Hands on training and assistance to generate a data management plan
Requirements: Join us online and bring your project proposal . You will get the opportunity to set up a data management plan for your project with help of the Data Stewardship Wizard tool using a structured and detailed questionnaire with references to relevant resources.
Looking forward to see you at the workshop.
Register here or below by 21 September 2022