|Title:||Re-use, sharing, and archiving sensitive research data: a practical overview|
|Abstract:||In this presentation, Louise Corti provides best practices and examples for managing sensitive research data. Topics include helping researchers get the most use and flexibility from their data within ethical restrictions, archiving sensitive data, and sharing sensitive data sources with the research community within ethical agreements.|
|Description:||This presentation was recorded at a seminar at the university of Cambridge, co-coordinated by the Cambrbridge University Library's Incremental project and the Centre for Research in the Arts, Social Sciences, and Humanities' (CRASSH) Digital Humanities initiative. Glenn Jobson (CRASSH) produced and edited this video in collaboration with the Incremental project.|
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