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How do funders and researchers work with open data?

posted on 11.01.2021, 16:10 authored by Rachel ThomsonRachel Thomson, Sonya Towers, Suzanne TathamSuzanne Tatham
As part of Open Access Week in early November 2020 Researchers from all disciplines joined this online seminar to hear more about open data and research. Video file playable via Panopto.

Prof Rachel Thomson - Reanimating Data: journeys in archiving, sharing and re-using social research

In this presentation Prof Thomson talked about her own journey in developing collaborative approaches to archiving, sharing and reusing qualitative social research, and the potential for open access archiving to enable new kinds of social research practice. Examples discussed included the Everyday Childhoods collection and the reanimating data project - both of which can be explored in full.

Dr Sonya Towers - Maximising the value of research outputs – Wellcome’s role as a funder

In this presentation Dr Sonya Towers, a programme officer in the Open Research team at Wellcome, talked about Open Research and how Wellcome supports researchers to maximise the impact of their research outputs.

Library Associate Director Suzanne Tatham gave a brief update on the work of the University's academic-led DORA Task and Finish Group which is considering the guidance being offered by the Wellcome Trust and putting in place a plan for implementing the core principles of DORA.


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