- Language: English.
During this digital Q&A session, a researcher in the climate and environmental field and representatives from the Swedish National Data Service will help you get started with sharing your research data.
You will learn about the practical process and the support available within Swedish National Data Service (SND) to make your data accessible. You will also hear from other researchers about their experiences of sharing research data and what to consider before you start sharing.
The session is led by Ida Taberman, a development manager at the SLU library and a domain specialist in climate and environmental data at the SND office.
The domain specialists at the SND office are a national resource in various scientific disciplines and are tasked with supporting researchers and others working with research data at academic institutions or other research organizations
Swedish National Data Service (SND) has a primary function to support the accessibility, preservation, and re-use of research data and related materials. SLU is one of the universities that forms the consortium that runs SND, and employees at SLU can publish data in SND's national data catalog.
SLU's participation in SND takes place through Data Management Support (DMS) at the SLU library. DMS supports researchers, students and environmental monitoring and assessment staff, with, among other things, handling, publishing and archiving data.