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Data Presentation and Preservation

Anne Alexander (CDH Learning)

The afterlife of your research data forms a vitally important part of your research project. Research funders and academic journal publishers are often strongly committed to the re-use of data and are reluctant to fund or publish research where datasets are not accessible for the purposes of peer review or further use. Yet the push for open data exists in tension with the expectations of data protection law which requires transparency from researchers about how long they will retain personal data. This session will explore good practice in data sharing and archiving as well as introducing sources of further information and advice within the University on this topic.

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Date: 
Tuesday, 28 January, 2020 - 11:30 to 13:00
Event location: 
IT Training Room, Cambridge University Library

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