Creating Research Data Policy in a Changing Data Landscape: A Workshop
Time: 10.00 - 16.00
Venue: National Council for Voluntary Organisations, 8 All Saints Street, London N1 9RL
The world of data is changing apace, opportunities and challenges abound. New legislation, particularly the General Data Protection Regulation and the UKs Digital Economy Act, new technologies which produce new forms of data, new methodologies for data capture and analysis and a changing policy environment are all driving change.
This workshop will consider these drivers, how they are changing the data landscape and how one might create and implement data policies and standards in such a changing context. What is research data – how will we be accessing and using it in 5, 10 years’ time? What should organisational level data policies look like? How do you identify what your data needs are? How do you plan data resources?
Paul Burton University of Newcastle
Jonathan Bright University of Oxford
Chris Dibben University of Edinburgh
Elaine Mackey University of Manchester
Joss Langford Coelition
Karen McCullagh University of East Anglia
Melinda Mills University of Oxford
Jon Wroth-Smith Office for National Statistics
Matt Reed Coelition
Pete Stokes Office for National Statistics
Attendance is free; to register go to: https://tinyurl.com/DATA-POL