Search and cite research data

Do you wonder which research data already exist in your field? Learn how to search and cite data collected by others!

Research data gradually receives increased focus, and making our data openly available becomes more and more common. This yields new possibilities for building upon existing research. However, this may also be a challenge if you do not know how to search relevant data. Similar to performing a thorough literature search at different stages of a research project, you should also explore existing research data. This way, you avoid collecting and processing the same data multiple times. At the same time, you examine the need for new data, and whether there are norms and standards that are common when it comes to structure, labelling and documentation (metadata).

In this course, you learn how to search data and find them in different archives. You also learn how to cite data when using them in your own publications.

The University Library offers more courses on research data, go to the full list of courses.

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29.03.17 kl. 10:15 - 11:00
TEO-H3 3.416/3.418 (Psychology and Law Library)

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