Research Data Management

Updated: Jul 24, 2020

Handling and managing research data has become vital process to ensure high quality process.

The Research Data Management Conference: GDPR, Brexit and Beyond brought together keynotes from the ICO, leading University Researchers and delegates to explore the importance of legal compliance to recent policy changes and sharing best practice in the field of RDM.

The topics of the conference were: GDPR compliance, Open Data, Health data, the UK Data Protection Act, and the data requirements for REF submissions.

The speakers were:

Victoria Cetinkaya, Senior Policy Officer, ICODr. Jonathan Tedds, Honorary Fellow, University of Leicester and ELIXIR EuropeCompute Platform Coordinator (Cambridge)Tamsin Burland, Senior co-design Manager, JiscGeraldine Swanton, Legal Director, Shakespeare MartineauAndrew Hartshorn, Partner, Shakespeare MartineauDr Simon Kerridge, Director of Research Services, University of KentMobeen Shah, University Lecturer, Nottingham Trent UniversityDr. Simisola Akintoye, Lecturer in Law, De Montfort Law School The delegates were:

The Higher Education Sector, University research teams, Academic researchers, Library Services, Research Institutes, Data Analysts, Data Managers, Data Coordinators, Heads of Business Intelligence, Project Managers , Research Managers, HE charities and organisations.

Dr. Ale Okada represented the Open University in the conference as the research coordinator of the European TeSLA project.

The topics discussed were very useful. Interest links:

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