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Present your own research topic and data

Are you producing the data in the project or do you reuse the data of others? Have you met some problems with managing - storing, sharing, opening the data? There will be short presentations (max. 10 min) by researchers at different stages of their career. You are welcome to present your own research topic and tell how the project will use and share research data. Or you may present questions to or seek for advice from the participants of the workshop.

Tuuli Toivonen, Tuomo Hiippala, Joona Lehtomäki, Vuokko Heikinheimo
12.40 Make a data management plan

Data management plan. What? Why? How?

Everything you need to know about Data Management Plans. Why should I pay attention to it. How do I make a DMP? Come and hear why the data management plan is an essential part of the research process when collecting, using and opening your data. At the end of the session you’ll make your own data management plan.


Jari Friman, Minna Ahokas, Mari Elisa Kuusniemi
12.40 Self-archive your own papers via TUHAT research information system

In this pop-up session you will learn how to make your publication easily openly accessible by self-archiving it through the Tuhat Research Database. This will only take a couple of minutes.

You can bring your own papers to work with or follow the demos. A final draft version of an arcticle is the preferred format.

Any other questions on Tuhat system will be warmly welcome and answered in detail.


Maija Halminen, Pekka Karhula, Katri Larmo, Pekka J. Salminen
12.40 Information booth: Research funding and university data policy

Get information and consult specialists on the university data policy and research funding. Learn about the relationship between the openness of research and funding applications, Horizon 2020, societal impact, and the university data policy.

 Eeva Nyrövaara, Jussi Alho
12.40 Information booth: Research data and open access

Ask anything about research data, open science, open data, open access etc. The Helsinki University Library staff will handle all the questions and give you an answer. Don’t hesitate to contact us.

Mika Holopainen, Liisa Siipilehto, Kaija Sipilä
12.40Open Science Info Bath, Networking and exchange  
13.40Coffee break  
14.10 Find the most suitable data repository

In this session you have the opportunity to discuss and find the best data repository for your own research data. Representatives from European data repository providers are present answering your enquiries and demonstrating the services they offer. Examples from different scientific fields are shown from Zenodo, CSC, FSD and EUDAT. Get a glimpse of all major repository services and their special features.

Lars Holm Nielsen, Tuomas J. Alaterä, Damien Lecarpentier, Stina Westman
14.10 Describe and share research data

At this workshop one raw data set is used as an example. The participants will create metadata by describing the variables of data set, evaluate if there is any sensitive information, if anonymization is needed the personal data and any other facts to consider before sharing or opening the research data. The data under consideration will be the feedback from students in the University of Helsinki Learn system.

Anna Parpala, Kari Tuononen
14.10 Consolidate your open science efforts with an ORCID profile

Open Researcher and Contributor ID (ORCID) provides a persistent digital identifier that distinguishes you from every other researcher. ORCID supports automated linkages between you and your professional activities, ensuring that your work is recognized.

In this hands-on workshop we will demonstrate the different tools that use the ORCID identifier. The focus will be on working with these tools so that at the end of the session you will have registered for your personal ORCID (if you didn’t have one already), started creating your ORCID profile, and explored cool ways to use your ORCID to connect your research back to you.

Ivo Grigorov
14.10 Explore licenses for open data

Copyright, ownership, personal rights, licensing models… things to consider in the beginning of the research project. These details should be fixed in the data management plan.

Themes of the session are different licenses e.g. creative commons, open source licenses, the licenses of publishers. What benefits or disadvantages these licenses offer in case of sharing the data?

Peter Hänninen
14.10 Get to know IT options for data storage in the University of Helsinki environment

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Petteri Hemmilä
14.10Open Science Info Bath, Networking and exchange  
15.10Conclusion and discussion based on afternoon workshops  
16.00 The workshop ends  



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