Course Overview
The Research Data Management (RDM) short course will introduce the principles and practices of RDMĀ and provide practical advice for implementing these practices in an African research context. Topics covered will include data discovery and re-use, data documentation and organization, data standards and Ontology, data storage and security, repositories and policies, FAIR & reproducibility and best practices in developing an effective Data Management Plan.
Intended Audience
The course is aimed at graduate students and biomedical scientists who are currently working on clinical genomics and bioinformatics projects in Africa.
Keywords: Data management, FAIR, Data Curation
Skill level of training: Beginner
Language: English
Credential awarded: Letter of completion/attendance
Type of training: Blended/hybrid learning
Venue of the course: Zoom
Dates for the course: Every Tuesday and Thursday from 10:30 CAT to 14:30 CAT
Course organisers: Faisal Fadlelmola, Katherine Johnston, Verena Ras, Melek Chaouch, Lyndon Zass, Ziyaad Parker, Ayton Meintjes, Sumir Panji and Nicola Mulder
Participation: The course is available to any participant who is able to attend the Zoom sessions and the interactive hours with the course instructors for the days of the course.
Course Sponsors: H3ABioNet Local Classrooms
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