About the webinar
Publishing research and sharing research data as widely as possible are part of the social responsibility of a researcher. By making a study’s data publicly available, you allow others to use and build on your findings, while contributing to Open Research (Open Science) to promote global research transparency, accessibility, and collaboration. Publishing your data online and/or in peer-reviewed data journals also increases recognition and credit for your research outputs. This webinar will offer advice on key ethical and practical considerations when making your research datasets available to other researchers worldwide.
This webinar covers:
1. Data accessibility and ethics of data sharing
2. Complying with journal data sharing policies
3. Tips for publishing data in repositories and journals
Education Consultant, AsiaEdit
Dr Trevor Lane is a publishing and education consultant and an elected Council Member of the Committee on Publication Ethics. He has 25 years of experience helping authors publish their research in peer-reviewed academic journals.
His previous positions include senior editorial and publishing roles in medical and social science journals in Asia and the United States, as well as teaching research communication and publishing ethics at the University of Hong Kong. He holds an MA in Biochemistry and a DPhil in cancer genetics from the University of Oxford.