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The third in the series of JISC-British Library DataCite Workshops, focusing on managing and citing sensitive data, will take place on Monday 29th October in the British Library Conference Centre.
About the Workshop:
This workshop will look at the challenges of managing sensitive or personal data within the repository context and will hear from speakers who have practical experience of handling data which, for reasons of commercial sensitivity, data protection or research ethics, cannot be made fully publicly accessible.
The afternoon session will be devoted to a group exercise in which participants will be asked to consider a number of sensitive data management scenarios. These are designed to stimulate discussion of some of the key challenges facing those who manage such data, such as strategies for maximising accessibility and citability, and best practice approaches to implementing DOIs and metadata.
Who should attend?
The workshop is open to anyone, although is particularly aimed at those who are working on JISC Managing Research Data funded projects.
Attendance is limited to two people per project/institution.
Please note that the programme is subject to minor changes
10:00 - 10:30: Arrival and coffee
10:30-11:10: Managing sensitive data for sharing - the UK Data Archive experience, Veerle Van den Eynden, UKDA
11:10-11:40: Managing medical and personal data, Jonathan Tedds, BRISSkit, University of Leicester
11:40-12:10: Research360: working with commercial partners, Cathy Pink, UKOLN
12:10-12:40: Title tbc, Brian Matthews, STFC
13:30 – 14:15: Data management scenarios – group work
14:30 – 15:30: Data management scenarios – discussion
15:30 – 16:00: Open discussion and summing-up
Details of how to get to the British Library can be found HERE.
If you have any questions about the workshop, please contact us at email@example.com.