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Join this online briefing to discover how a comprehensive overview of your institution's datasets can help you track, report and evaluate your research data, and help achieve funder compliance.
Institutions, funding bodies, and national research organisations are pushing for more data sharing and FAIR data. Institutions typically implement data policies, frequently supported by an institutional data repository. Funders typically mandate data sharing. In order to make sure that researchers and institutions get credit for sharing their data, the data needs to be tracked and attributed first.
Hear from the University of Namur, which sought a holistic view of all research outputs. Using the Pure CRIS system, Namur was already able to track most article outputs, but datasets were a big unknown. Dataset tracking is becoming more important because the focus of reporting and evaluation in Belgium is shifting towards a more well-rounded picture for researchers, and furthermore funding bodies are starting to demand reporting on datasets as well.
- Wouter Haak – VP research data management at Elsevier
- Bernard Detrembleur – research information system manager, University of Namur
Who should attend
- Librarians - tracking, reporting and showcasing research data
- Data stewards - tracking research data
- Research officers and CRIS administrators assessing an institute and researchers’ strengths for research data sharing, open science, and open data
What we cover
In this briefing, the fundamentals of the following will be covered:
- Tracking research data (Mendeley Data Monitor)
- Showcasing and reporting on research data
- The link with CRIS systems in general, and specifically Pure
- Get visibility of your institutions research data, outside your institution
- Track, report and evaluate your research data, and help achieve funder compliance
- Learn how to easily track where other institutions share their data
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