The main goal is to promote open data in the research community and raise awareness about sharing research data and using existing research data. The course is designed for doctoral students from the field of social sciences and humanities.
Training consists of lectures and hands-on sessions focused on good Research Data Management practices and issues related to data sharing within the current EU frameworks, which foster open science.
Topics to be covered:
Teaching is delivered through a combination of presentations, exercises, discussions, and group work.
Throughout the training, doctoral students will have the opportunity to work on a data management plan for their own research projects.
This course took place at the 10th ECPR Summer School in Methods and Techniques, 27th July - 7th August, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia.
Presentations (July 23rd – July 25th 2015)
Introduction to Open Science by Janez Štebe, ADP
Research Data Management (RDM) by Laurence Horton, LSE
Legal and Ethical Issues by Veerle Van den Eynden, UKDA:
Deposition and Using of Data
Video recordings of the first day lectures are available here:
More information about the course and complete program: http://www.adp.fdv.uni-lj.si/adp_tecaj_jul2015/index-en.php.
dr. Sonja Bezjak