Eighteenth Ave. Library, 3rd Floor
Monday April 10, 2017
In this 1.5 hour in-person session, we focus on the last part of the data management cycle: preparing data for sharing outside of the research team, depositing data into repositories and archiving. Amanda Rinehart will discuss the difference between archiving and sharing, when and what to share, best practices for protecting respondent confidentiality, and how to find an appropriate repository. Jessica Logan will share her experience with depositing Sit Together and Read data sets into the ICPSR repository and provide best practices on how to get data ready to be deposited.
Data Management Librarian
Director of Research
Crane Center for Early Childhood Research and Policy (CCEC)
This is the last workshop of a series of three that focus on the data life cycle. The video and power points from the first workshop: Know Your Data: Security and Compliance Issues are available. Power points and resources from the second workshop: Managing Active Data are also available.
This workshop is for all OSU faculty, postdoctoral researchers, staff and graduate students with examples from the College of Education and Human Ecology.
If you have any questions, please email Rebecca Chacko at Chacko.firstname.lastname@example.org.