JISC is live streaming its research integrity conference today 13 September looking specifically at the importance of good research data management. The aim is to bring together the current thinking on effective practice and give senior staff and researchers an opportunity to debate the thornier issues, like whose responsibility this is and how to manage freedom of information requests.
You are welcome to participate by submitting questions via twitter by using #jiscres11 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org, your questions will be put to the panel. You can also watch the keynote speakers live who are:
- Professor David Baker, deputy chair of JISC
- Professor Dave De Roure, professor of e-research, Oxford University e-Research Centre and national strategic director of Digital Social Research
- Professor Sir Tim O’Shea, principal and vice chancellor of University of Edinburgh and chair of JISC
- Professor Kevin Schürer, pro vice chancellor (Research and Enterprise), University of Leicester
- Sarah Porter, JISC’s head of innovation
During the conference you can:
- Learn why research data management matters and who should be responsible for research data management in your organisation
- Read recommended reports and resources as they are referred to by the speakers
- Understand from case studies what success might look like
- Watch key experts describe the routes to successful data management
- Participate on Twitter and ask questions of the speakers using #jiscres11
- View technical requirements for watching live stream via Mediasite
There’s no need to register – simply join online today from 09.45.