Training ‘Writing a Data Management Plan’ voor PhD students
The University Library is organising a training called ‘Writing a Data Management Plan’ aimed at PhD students. You learn how you write a good Data Management Plan (DMP), in which you discuss:
- which laws and codes of conduct your research should comply with,
- where you are going to store your data,
- where you are going to archive them for the long term,
- how you can make them FAIR (Findable, Accessible, Interoperable, Reusable).
The training is tailored to the faculties of VU Amsterdam and we organise it in collaboration with the university graduate schools and PhD coordinators. Below you can find how the training is being organised in your faculty. Do you have questions about the content of the training or practical issues? Please contact email@example.com. If the training is embedded in another course taught in your faculty, we recommend getting in touch with your graduate school for the planning (see below).
The training is also embedded in the course about High Performance Computing (HPC) taught at VU Amsterdam. In case you are interested in HPC, you also have the opportunity to take the session about writing a DMP there.
||Embedding in curriculum||More information||Next training sessions (24-5-2019)|
||To be scheduled, contact firstname.lastname@example.org||Unknown|
||Independant training (together with FGB)
||Contact email@example.com||13-6-2019 (GDPR), 1-10-2019 (GDPR), 26-11-2019 (without GDPR)
||Independent training (together with Bèta)
||Contact firstname.lastname@example.org||13-6-2019 (GDPR), 1-10-2019 (GDPR), 26-11-2019 (without GDPR)
||Embedded in the course ‘Research Integrity’
||Contact email@example.com||Probably in the fall of 2019
Embedded in the online course ‘Research Design’
|See the graduate school’s website or contact firstname.lastname@example.org||September-October 2019
||See the graduate school’s website||24-10-2019, 23-4-2020
||See the VUmc PhD portal (NB: click on ‘Writing a Data Management Plan’)
||Part of HPC course||See the HPC-website||In the fall of 2019