Data Management Planning

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In the course "Data management planning" students are familiarized with important aspects of data management planning along the data life cycle, i.e. data documentation & organization, data processing, data storage, data preservation and protection, archiving and publishing and data reuse and discovery.

Legal aspects of data sharing and reuse, and ethical aspects of data management (e.g. working with personal data) will also be covered. The course thus aims at equipping students with the required knowledge to write their own data management plan (DMP) according to funding requirements (e.g. SNSF). The course takes place as a 1-day face-to-face event with online learning components before and after the course.

Organizer: School for Transdisciplinary Studies

Matriculated at UZH, Registration via UZH course catalog
Bachelor, Master, Doktorat - interdisciplinary event
After this course, students are able to
1) responsibly document their data, its storage (e.g. no sensible data on cloud services, several backups) and sharing
2) write a DMP (thereby also following official guidelines)
3) assess the data management plan of others for its completeness
4) name features of FAIR repositories to store and publish their data
Preparatory tasks will be made available on OLAT three weeks before the day event and need to be completed before the course date; they take up to 8 hours to complete. Attention: The general booking and cancellation deadlines of UZH apply to this module.


Referierende Daten Plätze frei Ort
Röthlisberger Melanie
Gamer Elisabeth-Christine
Mo 20.11.2023 (09:00 - 17:00 Uhr)
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