Webinar: Depositing your data with ReShare

6 May 2021 10:00 am - 11:00 am
Online
Training
Data skills
Other

This is a webinar designed to give participants a virtual tour of ReShare, where you will learn everything you need to know in order to archive data using our self-deposit repository.

If you are an ESRC grant holder whose grant has ended and you are required to deposit your research data, or you are a researcher interested in making data available for replication, reuse, or as evidence for a published paper, or you are just curious to explore how publishing data happens in practice, this webinar will be useful. 

The session will cover how to deposit data using a self-deposit repository like ReShare, how to describe a data collection well (i.e. what metadata and documentation should be provided), why providing detailed and accurate metadata is important, how to prepare and upload data and documentation files and finally what access level and licence is suitable and how this is determined for data archived via ReShare. 

The free webinar will consist of a 40 minute presentation and ReShare tour, followed by questions and discussion.

Presenter: Anca Vlad

Level: Introductory
Experience/knowledge required: Basic methods of qualitative or quantitative data research
Target audience: Researchers/anyone interested in publishing/archiving their data using the ReShare repository

This event is part of the UK Data Service Introductory Training Series: Spring 2021  

Recordings of UK Data Service webinars are made available on our YouTube channel and, together with the slides, on our past events pages soon after the webinar has taken place.

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