PhD students, postdocs, researchers, and research support staff at the University of Oslo.
Are you struggling to keep track of your research data files? Are you sure your files are in a format that is easy to share and archive?
In this module, you will learn about best practices for data organization and documentation, and about metadata. We will discus structuring project directories and using the file formats most suited for long-term archiving. We will also introduce the concept of metadata and discuss how to document your research data in a clean and systematic way.
We will wrap up with a question and answer session where you will be able to ask us any questions you have about data organisation, metadata, and documentation.
After the workshop, you:
- are familiar with the best practices for data organization and documentation
- know which file formats are suited for long-term archiving
- are familiar with the concept of metadata
- know how to create well structured directories and write smart filenames
The course will take place digitally on Zoom and meeting link will be sent out to the registered participants the day before the course. The course is delivered by Digital Scholarship Center at the University of Oslo Library.
Agata Bochynska, PhD | email@example.com
Open Research and Digital Scholarship Center, University of Oslo Library
The course will consist of a 60-minute presentation on data organization, metadata and documentation, and a 30-minute question and answer session.