This session will explore current trends in open access for research data; new funder expectations for data management, discoverability, and sharing; direct and indirect benefits to publishing research data openly; and a brief overview of the current tools and platforms available to help researchers share their data.
We will also provide a demonstration of the DMP Assistant: a free online tool that guides researchers through the steps of creating a data management plan that is based on best practices and compliant with funder requirements.
Thursday, October 26, 10:30–11:30 a.m.
Collaborative Health Education Building (CHEB), Room C266
5793 University Avenue
RSVP to Erin.MacPherson@dal.ca
Remote Attendance Available: A guest link will be sent closer to the presentation date.
Presented by: Erin MacPherson, Research & Instruction Librarian, Dalhousie University; Lee Wilson, Interim Service Manager, Portage/ACENET and Maggie Neilson, Librarian, Acadia University.