Research Data Management
Many (but not all) researchers at the Faculty of Law make use of or create data as part of their research process. The data is the evidence that underpins their research and thus forms an important part of their academic work.
Good Research Data Management (RDM) is therefore one of the prime responsibilities of a professional research organization and of the individual researcher.
The Faculty of Law endorses the principles of FAIR (findable, accessible, interoperable and reusable) data management. The Faculty Board has established a supplemental faculty research data management protocol.
More general information about Research Data Management can be found at the Research Data Office (RDO).
Researchers should draw up a Research Data Management Plan (RDMP) to determine how they deal with their data.
To support researchers with the drafting of their Research Data Management Plan (RDMP) a template is developed in the form of an online web tool. This web tool consists of a series of questions about data and topics about research with human participants, informed consent and GDPR requirements. When all answers have been submitted, a Research Data Management Plan is generated.
Going through the web tool helps the researcher to determine whether the study should be submitted to CETOR.
To make use of the web tool, please contact Lies Reitsema.
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