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Title: Research data management at the Flemish universities: state-of-affairs
Authors: Vancauwenbergh, Sadia 
Amez, Lucy 
De Voecht, Marianne 
Elsen, Hanne 
Hanus, Jord 
Mertens, Myriam 
Vanhaverbeke, Hannelore 
Keywords: research data management;data management plans (DMP);data repositories;Flanders
Issue Date: 15-Jun-2018
Publisher: euroCRIS
Series/Report no.: CRIS2018: 14th International Conference on Current Research Information Systems (Umeå, June 13-16, 2018)
Conference: CRIS2018 – Umeå 
In 2016-2017 a survey was performed in Flanders by the VLIR Work Group RDM on the actual practices and beliefs of Flemish researchers on research data management, which is a hot topic on the European research agenda. This survey made clear that a joint effort of the Flemish universities was required in order to overcome some of the hurdles of RDM in a fast and efficient way. If selected, this presentation/poster will include figures from the survey as well as measures that have been taken to overcome some of the most pressing items in RDM (i.e. the establishment of the portal, the development of funder templates,…). Furthermore, this presentation/poster will also focus on the requirements that needed the support of the Flemish university boards as well as the Flemish Government in accordance with the upcoming GDPR (i.e. data infrastructure, training capacities, safety aspects). To summarize, we will give an overview how Flanders organized themselves in terms of RDM (and GDPR-compliancy) in a short term notice, and what the future perspectives are (i.e. open data).
18 slides.-- Presentation delivered at the CRIS2018 Conference Umeå within parallel session 8 "Practical Experiences and Use Cases: CRIS and Research Data"
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