Your research and the GDPR Online
The special needs of research are recognised in the GDPR and there is a shared responsibility for compliance.
Still, most researchers find it hard to figure out how the GDPR applies to their own research. In this webinar we provide an oversight of the core principles of data protection and apply them to real dilemmas and use cases.
The overarching aim is to provide an open and inclusive culture for responsible research in all stages of the data life cycle.
This webinar is developed by legal and research support staff and targeted at the beginning researcher.
We encourage you to send in in advance your perceived dilemmas and needs for use cases. We'll contact you after your registration
Please note: Supervisors and experienced staff, who have questions on clarification of responsibilities in research collaborations, are welcome as well!
Yet, we can also offer to set up a webinar specifically for your research scenarios and use cases.
More and more, we hope to achieve that data protection is built into the design of research projects.
In the UG ethics boards, privacy & security coordinators, the legal department and research support staff work together with researchers to optimize privacy-compliancy.
Please check out this animation
Support material is available on the RDO website and the Privacy portal (My University)
For more information you are welcome to contact the RDO, just send an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Thursday, October 29, 2020
- 2:00pm - 3:00pm
- Time Zone:
- Central European Time (change)
- This is an online event. Event URL will be sent via registration email.
Research Data Management
Data protection and privacy in research
Biology; Pharmacy; Life Science & Technology; Law
Bibliographic management (Refworks/Endnote/Mendeley/Zotero)