Got data? Learn how to use UiT Open Research Data!

Make your research transparent and reproducible by publishing your data in the institutional repository UiT Open Research Data.

Research data is an essential part of most research projects. Being of high value to you and other researchers, now and in the future, it should be properly organized and safely archived. Further, both scientific journals and funding agencies have started to require that the data the research is based upon is properly managed and made openly available.

UiT Open Research Data is a new institutional repository for open research data, developed by the University Library, the Department of Information Technology, and the Department of Research and Development. The repository is part of a global open data network, with metadata templates based on international standards. The service ensures web visibility and facilitates citation by assigning all datasets a complete reference containing a persistent identifier (doi).

This fall, the University Library organizes short, two-hour courses for UiT employees wanting to know more about data management. Here, you will learn how to structure, document, and preserve your data during research projects, and further, how to archive and share the data at UiT Open Research Data,


For registration, please click on the link for the desired date.


Courses given in Norwegian

September 12

October 20

November 23

Courses given in English

September 29

October 19

November 9


For more information about UiT Open Research Data, see our blog:

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12.09.16 kl. 00:00
23.11.16 kl. 00:00
TEO-H3 3.416 (Psychology and Law Library)
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