Are you a researcher who collects or works with any kind of research data? Do you intend to apply for funds through one of Canada’s Tri-Agencies – SSHRC, NSERC or CIHR? Are you interested in growing the supports Western provides for Research Data Management? Come and make your needs known!
Virtual Town Hall
learn about and help shape Western’s Institutional Strategy
on Research Data Management (RDM)
March 8, 2023, 1:30 p.m.
Western’s draft Strategy was developed by the University’s Research Data Infrastructures Working Group in response to the Tri-Agency Research Data Management Policy, which lays out a number of new requirements on data management for researchers applying for federal funding. Although developed in response to this policy, the strategy is intended to shape the future of Research Data Management at Western for all researchers, grant funded or not, student or faculty, regardless of discipline.
Representatives from the Tri-Agencies will open with an introduction to the policy, and Research Data Management Librarian Kristi Thompson will provide an overview of the draft strategy in its current draft form. Representatives from the Tri-Agency and a panel of members from the RDM Working Group will offer their perspectives and be on hand to answer questions and take your feedback.
- Jacqueline Burkell, Associate Vice-President (Research)
- Colin Couchman, Chief Data Officer
- Brent Fowles, Director, Cyber Security and Business Services
- Nicola Geoghegan-Morphet, Health Sciences Ethics Officer
- Bobby Glushko, Associate Chief Librarian
- Elizabeth Hill, Data Librarian
- Kristi Thompson, RDM Librarian
-Matthew Lucas – SSHRC Executive Director, Corporate Strategy and Performance
-Alexander Thistlewood Corporate Analyst at SSHRC
They will be presenting on the Tri-Agency policy on Research Data Management and what it means for researchers. They will be available to answer questions on behalf of the Tri-Agency.
This session is co-sponsored by Western Libraries and Western Research.
Contact: If you have any questions about this session, please contact Kristi Thompson, Research Data Management Librarian.