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Central Medical Library on PhD-day

11 September 2017
PhD Day

Save the date for the 2017 PhD Day Groningen : Friday, 22nd of September at the Oosterpoort.

Visit the Research Data Management Stand
If you have questions about Research Data Management you are welcome to come to the Research Data Management stand. This will be represented by the Research Data Office (RUG) and the RDM-working group (UMCG). The Central Medical Library is one of the partners of the RDM-working group.

What does the RDM-working group do?
We help and refer researchers to find the right services for collecting, storing and preserving data and assist in writing research data management plans.
We can also provide information on how to enhance the visibility and impact of research data, to efficiently share, describe (“metadating”) and publish your data while taking into account Intellectual Property and privacy issues.

Play the game
Please do not hesitate to visit our stand on 2017 PhD-Day Groningen - and win at our data management game!

See also: and the UMCG Research Toolkit (on the UMCG intranet) .

Questions? researchdata   or clinical-research-office

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