Webinar hosted by PUSH – Presidents United to Solve Hunger. See African University Presidents who signed PUSH: Adekunle Ajasin University (Nigeria), International University of Rabat (Morocco), Stenden University (South Africa), Université Internationale de Rabat (Morocco), William V.S. Tubman University (Liberia).
In this webinar we will describe definitions of open access and open data, benefits that open data can bring, and why funders are requiring data sharing and data management plans. Also Utah State representatives will describe their policy and guidance to help faculty comply with funders’ data management and open data requirements.
Date & Time: Jan 16, 2019 10:00 AM in Central Time (US and Canada)
Webinar objectives are to:
Bring greater awareness of open data and data management requirements, as well as explain why data sharing is important to funders
Share funders’ and other organizations’ open data policies
Generate discussions that address the challenges of meeting open data requirements
Set the stage for cooperation among researchers, universities, funders, journals, and research associations which later will eventually develop policy alignment
Anne Mims Adrian, PUSH Open Data Project Manager, Auburn University, Host
Jaime Adams, Senior Advisor for International Affairs, USDA
Kevin Peterson, Executive Director, Sponsored Programs, Utah State University
Betty Rozum, Data Librarian, Utah State University