Presented by UQ Library

A Data Management Plan is an important part of the research life cycle, which ensures the success of a research project. Many major funding agencies and government bodies require researchers applying for funding to provide information regarding how data generated during the research project will be managed, shared and made re-useable for future research. This workshop will introduce the essential elements of a research data management plan, allow the participants to practice writing one and discuss any concerns and issues.

About Seminar Series

  • Our seminars are held twice monthly on a Tuesday afternoon and showcase the latest public health research by the School’s researchers, adjuncts and visitors. 
  • No RSVPs required, all are welcome.
  • For more information about our seminar program, please email enquiries@sph.uq.edu.au.

Seminar recordings

A selection of seminar recordings is available online to users with a UQ username and password.

Venue

Room: 
015, Public Health Blg, Herston