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Research Data Management: E-Learning

About the NTU RDM E-Learning Course

The NTU Research Data Management (RDM) e-learning course introduces good RDM practices in the context of the NTU Research Data Policy and guidelines. Good RDM practices help to mitigate risks such as data loss, leakage, infringement of data reuse terms, or even research integrity-related risks such as data falsification and fabrication. NTU faculty and staff may self-enroll for the course via Workday (log in here). NTU students may self-enroll via NTULearn.

NTU RDM E-Learning Course Video Extracts

The following four videos are extracts from the NTU Research Data Management e-learning course. Each video has its own story, yet they are best watched in sequence. 

RDM 1: Data Management What?

Joyce, a PhD student, and Peter, a Research Fellow, have very different points of view on research data management.

RDM 2: Trouble!

Joyce and Peter’s story unfolds. This time, Joyce encounters some issues.

RDM 3: Sensitive Data

Joyce and Peter talk about the sensitive research data that they collect and use.

RDM 4: Benefits of RDM

So what are the benefits of RDM? Joyce and Peter recap the story and they hope you can start practicing good research data management.

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