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8-12 February is Love Data Week, which aims to raise awareness and build a community to engage on topics related to research data. This Love Data Week, sign up for a recorded session for tips on getting started with research data sharing.

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In this recorded session, Dr Rebecca Grant, Research Data Manager at Springer Nature, provides an introduction to good practice in research data sharing, describing the drivers and relevant policies, benefits to researchers, and tips and guidance for getting started. 

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Thursday 11 February | 08:00- 08:45 UTC 

Thursday 11 February | 14:00- 14:45 UTC 

Please note this is a recorded webinar. If you attend the webinar at the specified time, you will be able to type questions in the chat box, at any time during the session. We will answer your question within 3 working days. If you are not able to attend at the specified time, simply sign up for the webinar, and we will send you the recording so you can catch up when it’s convenient. 

About this session

Beginning with an overview of the context for research data management, we examine why it has become increasingly important, and how good practice can benefit researchers.

Focusing on publisher and journal policies, we discuss how authors currently choose to share their data, and the pros and cons of each approach. We then explore the use of data repositories in further depth, providing guidance on selecting the best repository for your data, and the benefits you can expect from sharing data in this way. 

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About the speaker

Dr. Rebecca Grant is Research Data Manager at Springer Nature, where she contributes to projects and services which support research data management and sharing, including the implementation of standard research data policies across Springer Nature journals. She leads the development of research data training as part of Nature Research Academies, and she is a qualified data trainer certified by the Open Data Institute. Her doctoral thesis explored the connections between archival theory and research data management practice.

This webinar was organised by Springer Nature’s Catherine John, in response to researcher feedback.

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