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How to use an electronic research notebook

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Documentation of research data is essential during the entire research process. Proper documentation of data and the research process in general, will increase the transparency, reusability, and reproducibility of research. Proper documentation might also make your workflow more efficient.  

 

In this webinar, we will highlight the advantages of using an electronic research notebook (ERN) and explain how it fits in regard to principles and guidelines for research data management at UiT. The webinar will give you useful information about ERNs in general, how they can be used during the active phase of research data management, and will demonstrate the ERN provider RSpace Enterprise, which is now available to UiT researchers and students. RSpace Enterprise is a flexible ERN that can be used for many types of laboratory work and data management and is considered a legally valid lab notebook. The service is especially useful for research groups and group leaders, as it allows for transparency and collaboration. Join the webinar to learn about the functionalities and possibilities an ERN offer.  

 

The webinar builds on the module “How to structure and document research data” . (for a complete overview of our webinars, go here). 

 

The webinar will be followed by a "hands-on" workshop a week later with demonstrations and the possibility to try out RSpace itself. For more information see: https://uit.no/tavla/artikkel/734011/workshop_on_electronic_lab_notebook_rspace 

 

The webinar is hosted by Cassandra Granlund, Aili Sarre and Noortje Dijkstra

For more information about research data management at UiT, see the UiT Research Data Portal. 

 

Welcome! 

When: 01. November 2021 at 14.15–15.00
Where: Zoom
Location / Campus: Digital
Target group: Employees, Students
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Contact: Helene N Andreassen
Phone: 776 45735
E-mail: researchdata@hjelp.uit.no

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Deadline: 31.10.2021
Participants: 20
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