– Creating or using existing sensitive research data?
– Using suitable consent agreements?
– Protecting all your data?
– Aware of appropriate strategies?
– Documenting and creating metadata?
– Aware of the support at Oxford?
Our Bodleian iSkills workshops on working with sensitive research data will guide you through the issues and key principles to bear in mind when creating, using and sharing sensitive or confidential research data. The workshops will be suitable for those using sensitive data either obtained from third party sources such as data archives or for those creating data as part of their research. They will be particularly suitable for DPhil students and research staff. Please be sure to book your place online for:
In the next two weeks Bodleian Libraries are running two workshops for DPhils and Researchers working with sensitive research data: the first will focus on research data in the Social Sciences and Humanities; and the second will focus on the Sciences and Medical Sciences.
These workshops will outline some of the key principles to bear in mind when working with sensitive or restricted research; whether collected yourself or obtained from a third party source such as a data archive or an NHS trust or Biobank data. Issues of confidentiality, informed consent, cybersecurity and data management will be covered. Examples of scenarios or concerns drawn from the research of participants are particularly welcome. The role of support services at Oxford will also be outlined and in particular the role of the Bodleian Data Librarian who will lead the session. Follow up consultations with the Data librarian or other subject consultants are also offered.
Attendance at this workshop is FREE, but online booking is essential. Click below for further information on each workshop and to book a place:
Bodleian iSkills: Working with sensitive research data in the Social Sciences and Humanities
(Wednesday 15 November 14.00-16.00)
Bodleian iSkills: Working with sensitive research data in the Sciences and Medical Sciences (Tuesday 21 November 10.00-12.00)