The ‘theoretical domains framework’ of behaviour change theory suggests that women are more likely to consider the barriers to research and we want to ensure women are provided with the information, skills and knowledge to improve their personal research profiles.
The session will:
- Discuss how different types of data can be managed throughout the research lifecycle, taking advantage of local, national and international services
- Describe and share good research data management practices and experience
- Explore how data can be published/shared to maximise its value
- Consider the issues of data preservation
- Meet funder requirements for data management
Although the workshop is for both female and male academics we promote it specifically to women as research shows that female academics are less likely than their male counterparts to realise their full potential with regards to research engagement and impact.