Training, advice, and other resources on appropriate data management strategies to help fulfil your ethical and legal responsibilities.
Seek security advice and enhance cyber awareness to better protect your research data.
Seek support, training and tailored advice on data stewardship, digital preservation, and exemplar research data management practices.
Access workshops, training, technology and personalised support that will enable you to incorporate digital methods in your humanities, arts, and social sciences (HASS) research.
Use this online tool to create, store and review your research data management plans.
Find out if export controls or sanctions apply to your research data.
Create human and animal ethics applications, make amendments, and submit annual or incident reports via this electronic management portal.
Understand intellectual property disclosure and how to protect your IP.
Consult with a liaison librarian to clarify subject or discipline-specific enquiries.
Learn how to manage your research data appropriately and effectively by completing this self-directed learning module.
Assess the privacy impacts of your data and understand your privacy obligations when handling personal information.
Receive expert advice on issues relating to retention and disposal of research data and records.
Assess the sensitivity of your research data and make informed decisions about the management of sensitive data.
Find general Research Data Management guidance or submit enquiries to University support teams.
Events, training, and seminars to enhance digital research and data skills across the University.
Engage with self-directed learning resources or register for a training course to improve research skills and digital capabilities.
Contact the University’s Service Desk to seek help regarding university applications, general IT support and research administration processes.
Seek support on the responsible conduct of research and maintaining research integrity in practice.
Self-directed training covering the principles of research integrity and their application to the planning, conducting and reporting of research.
Improve your quantitative research skills by participating in these short courses and workshops on statistical tools and methodologies.
Receive expert advice related to the digitisation of analogue research materials.
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