Research Data Management course
This online self-study course made by CSC – IT Center for Science provides the basics of research data management. We focus on researcher's perspective and aim to introduce the topics, tools and resources available at each phase. The purpose of data management is to ensure that the risks associated with research data are avoided and that the data is used ethically, securely and effectively both during and after the research project.
It is useful to have a basic understanding of research and research process, but otherwise this course does not have any prerequisites. It's time to learn the basics of research data management!
Aalto Research Data Management and Open Science fall 2023 trainings
Aalto University offers free and open to all training in research data management (RDM) and open science again in fall 2023. In addition to the popular Introduction to research data management, CodeRefinery and Handling of personal data webinars, this autumn includes new topics such as Open educational resources and Research work and AI. Full fall program. Questions about the trainings can be sent to: firstname.lastname@example.org
- See the full fall program on the Aalto university-website
- Most of our prior webinars have been recorded and published in YouTube.
Open science knowledge platform (CWTS)
NWO (Dutch Research Council) teamed up with the Research Council Norway (RCN) and the Centre for Science and Technology Studies (CWTS) to create an open science course. This course was offered last year to employees of NWO and RCN. Its content is now available to anyone through an open knowledge platform set up by CWTS. The course consists of a series of four online seminars focused on the following topics:
- Introduction to Open Science.
- Open science communication
- Open data and open software
- Recognition & Rewards
The recordings of all seminars are available on the open science knowledge platform that also contains reading materials and other resources. To easily listen to parts of the seminars, each recording is divided into thematic blocks.