Talking about data storage: A research data conversation

Data management expectations from a variety of perspectives, storage solutions for non-sensitive data, and handling sensitive data.

Talking about data storage: A research data conversation

This event invites those in the University of Ottawa community who conduct, or support research, to engage in conversations around storing research data. The program begins with presentations about data management expectations from a variety of perspectives followed by storage solutions for non-sensitive data, and closes with a presentation on handling sensitive data.

April 19, 2018
Desmarais (55 Laurier Avenue East) room 12102
9:00 - 12:00

This is a bilingual event. No simultaneous translation will be offered.

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Co-sponsored by the University of Ottawa Library and the Office of the Vice-President Research

Invited speakers include: Matthew Lucas, Executive Director of Corporate Strategy and Performance at SSHRC; Catherine Paquet, Director of the Office of Research Ethics and Integrity at the University of Ottawa; Melissa Cheung from the University of Ottawa RDM survey; Meghan Goodchild from Scholars Portal Dataverse & Queen’s University; Paul Mercier from Information Technology at the University of Ottawa; and others.

For those interested in this event but unable to attend, presenter slides will be available shortly after the event on the Library’s Research Data Management homepage.

Program (PDF, 297KB)

Presenter bios (PDF, 206KB)

Program

Time Program

9:00

 

 

Welcome

Terry Campbell 

Executive Director, Research Operations and Strategies, University of Ottawa

9:10

 

 

 

Tri-Council

Matthew Lucas (Presentation)

Executive Director of Corporate Strategy and Performance, SSHRC

Update on the Tri-Council Data Management Policy

9:50

 

 

University of Ottawa Research Ethics Board

Catherine Paquet (Presentation)

Director, Office of Research Ethics and Integrity, University of Ottawa

Data storage of human participant data – the REB perspective

10:15

 

 

University of Ottawa RDM Survey

Melissa Cheung, Catie Sahadath (Presentation)

Melissa Cheung, Science and Engineering Research Liaison Librarian, University of Ottawa
Catie Sahadath, Social Sciences Data Librarian, University of Ottawa

Results from the University of Ottawa Research Data Management Survey on data storage

10:30

Coffee break

10:50

 

 

Dataverse

Meghan Goodchild (Presentation)

Research Data Management Systems Librarian, Scholars Portal & Queen’s University

Introduction to Dataverse: a publically accessible, secure and curated data repository platform for researchers to deposit and share research data openly

11:20

 

 

Information Technology, University of Ottawa

Paul Mercier (Presentation)

Information Technology Manager, University of Ottawa

Introduction to a cloud-based data storage solution for the University of Ottawa research community

11:40

 

 

Researcher story

Konrad Czechowski, John Sylvestre (Presentation)

Konrad Czechowski, Graduate student in experimental psychology and researcher at the Centre for Research on Education and Community Services (CRECS)
John Sylvestre, Vice-Dean Research, Faculty of Social Sciences

Best practices for secure handling of storage of confidential research data: a manual for ensuring privacy, confidentiality, and secure data storage for the Centre for Research on Educational and Community Services (CRECS)

11:55

Wrap up

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