This online series of four free webinars offered by FORS between September and November 2021 attracted a lot of researchers from all over Switzerland and beyond. The webinars consisted of an introduction to the context of open research data, the requirements of funders and journals with respect to data sharing, an introduction to the legal and ethical framework in which research is embedded and the key data management practices that aim to protect research participants and make data sharable (such as security issues, informed consent, and anonymization). Further, the participants got an insight into different data sharing solutions, with a focus on the new FORS data sharing tool SWISSUbase.
You will find all presentation slides and the recordings below. Feel free to share them.
The webinars took place online during lunch time (12-1 pm) and consisted in a 45-minute presentation, followed by 15 minutes for questions.
Experience/knowledge required: None
Target audience: Social science researchers/anyone interested in data management and data sharing
For any questions related to this webinar series, you can contact Dr. Alexandra Stam