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We can assist with:

  • Getting started with research data management
  • Assisting with the selection of a suitable service for storage, publication and preservation of research data
  • Improving the discoverability of research data
  • Locating guidelines, rights and restrictions applicable to research data

Contact Us

For general questions, the best way to contact us is via email at opendata@su.se. Afterwards correspondence may continue via email or through booking a one-on-one meeting. If you wish to book a meeting, it would be helpful to provide some information in order to direct your query to the correct person:

  • What kind of help are you seeking? Are you writing a data management plan, selecting a platform for publication, registering metadata or have questions about ethical implications for making data accessible?
  • Have you already published your data? If so, tell us where and how to access it.
  • What kind of data are you working with, and in which subject(s)?

Research Data Management Team

  • Sabina Anderberg – Project Manager
  • Joakim Philipson – Research Data Analyst
  • Karin Stenbeck – Librarian
  • Margareta Backman Ödmark – IT Archivist
  • Jonas Åkerman – Research Administrator
  • Mikko Roos – Research Administrator
  • Deleer Barazanji – IT project manager

Guides and resources

  • MANTRA is a free, introductory-level online course organized by the University of Edinburgh and designed for those who wish to manage data as part of a research project. The course is divided into modules to facilitate self-study.
  • ‘Research Data Management and Sharing’ is an introductory-level online course organized by the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and the University of Edinburgh. The course can be found via Coursera.
  • ‘Essentials 4 Research Data’ is an online course from Research Data Netherlands. It is an introductory course for those seeking to support their work with research data.
  • The Researcher’s Guide to Open Research (in Swedish) is a resource produced with the assistance of an initiative for open research from the Finnish minister of education and culture.
  • The Swedish National Data Service (SND) has information and support for researchers in Sweden.