Research data management when working with children and youth (workshop)
About the Event
Research data management when working with children and youth (Workshop) 27 – 28 March 2023, City Hotel Ljubljana, Slovenia
The European Commission and many other research funders require researchers to prepare a data management plan (DMP). A DMP helps you plan the resources and expertise required to manage – collect, document, protect, store and share – the data that are expected to be collected. It has become a mandatory part of the project documentation. In order to empower researchers, training on how to write a DMP properly and how to conduct the research process in the spirit of the FAIR principles is being provided.
The workshop is organised in the framework of the COORDINATE project, which focuses on the management of data on children and young people. A workshop on data management planning – using CESSDA’s online Data Management Expert Guide (DMEG) – will be held, with a particular focus on the challenges of working with secondary and longitudinal data. Due to the specificity of the population of the datasets analysed, ethical and legal issues need to be highlighted. The workshop for researchers will cover several aspects of managing sensitive data.
Applications are closed.