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Training sessions

We offer bespoke briefings to suit your needs eg, one-on-one discussions, short sessions during a discipline meeting, or longer stand-alone sessions. Please take a look at our recorded sessions below, or contact us to discuss your specific requirements.


Episodes 1 and 2 of the Exeter Postgraduate Researcher Podcast are conversations between Dr Chris Tibbs (Research Data Officer at University of Exeter) and Dr Eilis Hannon (Senior Research Fellow in the Complex Disease Epigenetics Group at University of Exeter Medical School) and Dr Gavin Buckingham (Associate Professor in Public Health and Sport Sciences at University of Exeter) all about research data and how best to manage that data during your project.


Data Conversations: An informal discussion between researchers sharing their experiences of managing research data.

Data Management Planning and DMPonline: An introduction to research data management, with a focus on data management planning, and a demonstration of DMPonline.

Lightning Talk - Data Management Plans: A brief introduction to Data Management Plans (DMPs), why they are important, and how you can write one.

Lightning Talk - Open Data: A brief overview of Open Data and why it is important.

Lightning Talk - Managing Data During Your Project: A discussion on how to effectively manage your data during your project, covering how to name your files, version control, and where to store your data.

Lightning Talk - Preserving And Sharing Your Data: An overview on how to preserve your data in a repository, how to license your data, and how to include a data access statement in your publications.

Lightning Talk - University and Funder Data Requirements: - An overview of the University and research funder requirements regarding research data.


How Do I Manage My Research Data?: An introduction to research data management, explaining why it is important, and what researchers need to do.


Open research guidance for researchers: A guide that has been designed to help you understand what you need to do regarding Open Research, ensuring that you meet the University and research funder requirements.