Introduction to Research Data Management

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Part of the Graduate Student Research Series


Research Data Management (RDM) practices are increasingly being mandated for researchers in Canada. This session will introduce students to the “what” and why” of RDM, including underlying principles and current requirements from funders and publishers.

In this session, participants will:

- Review basic RDM theories including the FAIR Guiding Principles

- Learn about current and forthcoming RDM requirements

- Reflect on how to practice research data management currently and where to incorporate new tools or procedures


This workshop is a part of the Graduate Student Research Series.

There are many library services for graduate students to support your research goals. Learn about all the library can do in this six-part series.

From November 6 to 17, 2023, attend 6 library workshops on graduate student research and get a co-curricular record credit!

Wednesday, November 15, 2023
12:00pm - 1:00pm
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