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The Research Data Management Summit for Canadian Colleges, Institutes, and Polytechnics
Dec 7th, 2018 | Toronto, ON, Canada
Progress Campus (Scarborough, Ontario), 941 Progress Ave, Toronto, ON, Canada | View Map


This research data management-focused one-day workshop is tailored for colleges, institutes, and polytechnics in Canada. A key goal is to review the draft Tri-Council Research Data Management Policy and facilitate the development of individual institutions’ approaches to the policy and data management in general. The Summit will include updates on other issues in the digital research infrastructure file, including cybersecurity and intellectual property.

Join fellow senior administrators in applied research offices, computing/IT, libraries and associated staff for a day of learning!

Learn with Industry Peers

  • Engage in workshops and breakout groups
  • Review the draft Tri-Council policy
  • Discuss new approaches to data management
  • Learn about cybersecurity and intellectual property

Facilitator: Mark Leggott, Executive Director, Research Data Canada
Language: English

The Summit Team

  • Mark Leggott, Executive Director, Research Data Canada
  • Deepak Gupta and Jane Burpee, Centennial College
  • Christine Trauttmansdorff, Colleges and Institutes Canada


Progress Campus (Scarborough, Ontario), 941 Progress Ave
Toronto, ON M1K 5E9
Dec 7th, 2018
07:30 am - 16:00 pm
Progress Campus (Scarborough, Ontario), 941 Progress Ave
Toronto, ON, M1K 5E9

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