Register now for open science and research data management trainings – New topics for fall 2023
Unite! aims to be a European driver of open science and innovation. Our objective is to enhance open science competencies in the partner universities and wider in the society.

Do you know how to write an effective data management plan? Where and how should you store and share your data?
Understanding proper research data management is becoming more and more important to researchers and students across disciplines. Data management plans are increasingly required by funders, and researchers urgently need data management and open science skills to enhance the impact of their research. 

Aalto University’s Research Data Management Network and Data Agents organise a free webinar training series on research data management and open science to everyone and invite researchers, students and service staff from Unite! universities to take part. Aalto’s Data Agents are a group of research-oriented Aalto employees who support researchers and students in questions related to research data management. In the past academic year, the training series attracted circa 2,000 registrations. New topics for fall 2023 include Research work and AI, collection and use of participatory mapping data in urban research, and open educational resources. 

”In our Unite! Horizon2020 project we have been exploring the best practices and current gaps in the open science initiatives of the Unite! member universities. Learning from each other is the essence of open science. Come meet Aalto’s researcher experts and join the discussion!”, invites Antti Rousi, Data Advisor at Aalto University’s Research Services and Aalto’s open science representative at Unite!

Join us to brush up on your data management and open science skills! Our webinars are free and open to all. No prior knowledge of data management is needed. The webinar series is aimed at researchers, but anyone interested in these topics can join.