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How to Share Series...Different Data Types at Once (ahead of a conference)

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posted on 2024-03-14, 13:50 authored by Nicola MorleyNicola Morley, Richard CampbellRichard Campbell

The recording and slides form the 'How to Share...Different Data Types at Once (ahead of a conference)' seminar, part of the How to Share series. This series looks at how best to share different research data types to help you make your research outputs more FAIR and open. Recorded on 2024-03-14.

Informed by success stories across the University, researchers will help share their knowledge and experience of the tasks and processes required to get your outputs in the best shape possible for sharing.

In this session Nicola Morley, head of the department of Materials Science and Engineering, talked about her experiences in creating and depositing data in the University’s institutional repository ORDA, including giving guidance learned from experimenting with the process, and how it was helpful in disseminating her work at conferences.

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