Date: 25.02.2022, 12:00-19:00 (UTC+8, Wuhan Time)Type: Online-Workshop
Venue: ZoomTarget Group: For Researchers from China
Publication of research data contributes to scientific integrity and promotes replicability and transparency of research. Although these and other benefits of sharing and re-using data are well known, learning analytics data is still strongly withheld. To get to the bottom of this problem, and to find appropriate solutions, I am investigating the barriers to publishing research data as part of my PhD research.
In the adaptive workshop on Research Data Management in Learning Analytics, I would like to work with you to get a comprehensive picture of your concrete experiences with the publication of research data and at the same time provide you with possible solutions and useful tools. At the workshop, you will gain knowledge around the research data lifecycle, accompanied by practical exercises. Through your participation, you will directly influence the design of practical solutions to increase the publication rate of research data in your discipline.
The workshop is aimed at researchers in the field of Learning Analytics in China who have not yet published their research data but are interested in doing so.
Please register for the workshop on February 25, 2022 using this link.
The workshop is free of charge. The number of participants is limited to 12 per workshop.
The event takes place virtually from 12:00-19:00 hrs (Wuhan time; UTC+8) incl. one hour break. The workshop is held in English via Zoom.
Data protection and anonymisation of your statements are a matter of course for me and will also be agreed in writing upon definite participation.
You are welcome to forward this invitation to your colleagues.
I am very much looking forward to your participation and your constructive contribution.
If you have any question don’t hesitate to contact me.
With kind regards
Katarzyna Biernacka is a researcher at the HEADT
Centre and a doctoral candidate at the Computer Science Department at
Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin. She investigates the presumed conflict between
the publication of research data and the issues of data privacy.
All trainers are part of the HEADT Centre team. The HEADT Centre is the Humboldt-Elsevier Advanced Data and Text Centre. You can read more about the HEADT Centre and its objectives on our website.