Managing research data is a key element in the process of scholarly communication.
Researchers are required to manage their research data and primary materials in order to meet the requirements of the Australian and Griffith University Codes for the Responsible Conduct of Research and funding bodies.
Planning for the management of research data early in a research project can improve research efficiency, guard against data loss and ensure the preservation of valuable cultural assets to maximise Griffith's research impact.
This seminar is based on the Griffith Best Practice Guidelines for researchers: Managing Research Data and Primary Materials, and provides creative arts-specific information.
It covers key elements involved in managing your data throughout the research lifecycle:
- key principles and policies in the context of Australia’s research environment
- current initiatives and practices
- how to create a research data plan
- how to find existing data for research
- publishing and licensing data for reuse
- data storage and support services available to Griffith researchers