Lancaster Data Conversations

Research Bites readers may be interested in Lancaster Data Conversations which is happening on Monday 30th January 2017.

Sharing Data – Benefits and Boundaries

This 2 hour Data Conversations event will involve a mixture of short presentations from Lancaster researchers with the opportunity for discussion. The aim is to bring data practitioners together to discuss the successes and challenges of sharing research data.

Does your research produce data? Do you share your data with others in the field or beyond?

Come and share your data stories with us – what works, what doesn’t work. The successes you’ve had with sharing data as well as the things which stood in the way of sharing.

There are also major challenges which come alongside opening up and sharing data and the Lancaster Data Conversations are about bringing data practitioners together to discuss these challenges.

Please register for this free event either as a speaker or as a participant.

Experienced researchers, early career researchers and data practitioners from all disciplines are invited to join the conversation.

You’ll no doubt be pleased to hear there will be free cake and coffee, too!

Join in on Twitter #ludatacon


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