Datum: 18 november 2020 09:00 - 18 november 2020 12:00 
Plats: Online via Zoom

Welcome to an online Zoom webinar on Data Management Plans.

Drafting a Data Management Plan (DMP) is an effective means of gaining control over how research data is managed, stored and located, as well as ensuring that the project complies with current regulations and other legal and ethical considerations. It also serves to prepare data for archiving once the project has been completed. A number of research funding bodies have recommendations and, in some cases requirements, for DMPs. As of 2019, every researcher who receives a grant from the Swedish Research Council must write a Data Management Plan.

You are most welcome to attend this webinar on Data Management Plans, organized by Stockholm University Library and the Office for Research, Engagement and Innovation Services.

The seminar will be in English.

Register for this webinar by November 17 to receive a Zoom link.

For more information please contact: opendata@su.se


9.00 - 9.15 Welcome and Introduction to Data Management Plans - Anders Moberg, Department of Physical Geography

9.15 - 10.15  Funding Agency Requirements on Data Management Plans

Riksbankens Jubileumsfond - The Swedish foundation for Humanities and Science – Eva Stensköld

Vetenskapsrådet - The Swedish Research Council – Sanja Halling

Formas – Linda Bergqvist Ampel

10.15-10.30  Break 

10.30-11:30  Data Management Plans in context and practice 

Presentations by the Stockholm University Library, the Office for Research, Engagement and Innovation Services and the Office of the President:

Legal and ethical aspects on research data management – Sara Belfrage, Björn Gustavsson and Margareta Ödmark

How to write a Data Management plan - Data Management Resources – Lisa Olsson and Joakim Philipson 

11:30-12:00 Q&A session