This course provides access to information about equitable approaches to research project man-agement and scholarly publishing in international research groups and consortia. We will address questions around data ownership, ethical aspects in research planning, execution that lead to multiple possible pathways to disseminate the knowledge gained in an equitable and beneficial manner for all contributing parties involved.
The first part of the training focusses on equitable research management and documentation. Thereby, the Global Code for Research in resource-poor settings serves as a guiding principle as well as both the FAIR and CARE principles for data management.
The second part of the training focuses on open access repositories and suitable publishing work-flows that serve best the interest for equitable knowledge sharing and knowledge transfer to all potential stakeholders of the research project.
Learnings, recommendations and conclusions from this course will inform future informative events presented by the Berlin University Alliance.
Please send an email with a brief description of your key interests and your current position until September 22, 2022 to:
(We confirm your participation by September 30, 2022 the latest)