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Data Management Practices for Successful Researchers

Monday, April 8, 2013 - 1:00pm - 2:00pm
Columbia University Morningside Campus 414 Schapiro Center (CEPSR)

Data Management Practices for Successful Researchers


Data is critical to research.  And managing your data is critical to the success of your research and your career.  From the moment you conceive of a research project, there are management issues about your data that you need to be aware of.  Here are just a few of the questions this session will address:


What counts as data?

Who owns your data?  Who can use?  For what purposes?

How should data be stored?  For how long?  In what format?

How much of your data do you need to make available to other researchers?

What do funding agencies require?


These questions will be addressed by Joel Roselin from the Office of Research Compliance and Training and Kathryn Pope from the Center for Digital Research and Scholarship.



                        Date:  Monday, April 8, 2013               

                        Time:  1pm-2pm                                

                        Place: room 414, Schapiro Center (CEPSR)                                                     


 *Lunch Provided!

Session is open to all Morningside PhD students and Postdocs


Sponsored by the Office of Research Compliance and Training, The Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, SEAS Graduate Student Affairs, and Office of Postdoctoral Affairs 

Categories: Academic