Improving Postgraduate Learning (IPL) Courses offered by Library

Date & Time
2022/08/30 to 2022/10/28

The Improving Postgraduate Learning (IPL) programme, organized by the Graduate School and the Centre for Learning Enhancement And Research (CLEAR), is a structured and cross-disciplinary framework which aims to facilitate the learning of research skills for all postgraduate students. It is highly recommended for postgraduate students to build a solid foundation for their postgraduate studies. All postgraduates are welcome to join!


Registration begins on 12 December 2022.

Research Data Management for Your Discipline

The workshops for different disciplines will cover:

  • Key concepts of research data management
  • Features of Data Management Plans (DMPs) and using DMPTool to create DMPs
  • Data repositories and dataset deposit in the CUHK Research Data Repository
  • Data collection and reuse (according to disciplines)
  • Data ethics (according to disciplines)
Discipline / Course Date & Time Venue Registration
Group 6: Multi-disciplines 13 Jan 2023 (Fri)
6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.
Online Register

Basics of Research Data Management

This is an online course available on Blackboard. Compulsory for ALL research postgraduate and taught doctoral students (admitted in 2022/23 or after). Students are required to complete this online course in their 1st year of studies.

Objective & Brief Description

Research Data Management (RDM) is of growing importance throughout the research life cycle. This self-learning online course covers an overview of RDM, Data Management Plan, data deposit, and data ethics. After completion of this course, students will be able to understand the purpose and principles in research data management.

Observing Intellectual Property and Copyright Law during Research

This is an online course available on Blackboard. Compulsory for ALL research postgraduate students.

Objective & Brief Description

It is very important for students to know how to avoid infringing the Intellectual Property and Copyright of others. This course will introduce CUHK research students to updated issues in Intellectual Property and Copyright which are applicable in academic circles. To link the issues to global research, the subject of ‘Plagiarism’ is also included.

Medium of Instruction: English

Phone: 3943 6201

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