Introduction to the multi-disciplinary open repository Zenodo

Open Science / Publishing

This entry level workshop covers the registration, function and use of Zenodo. We will upload a data set to Zenodo, and participants will get opportunity to operate the platform themselves. Descriptive metadata is crucial for the findability of research data. Reusability increases with comprehensive documentation of research data. We will improve awareness for the importance of metadata and documentation in short, hands on breakout sessions.

Many German and European research grants require a binding plan for the reusability of accumulated data after finishing a research project. Zenodo is a multi-disciplinary open repository maintained by CERN. Datasets, documents and other research materials can be permanently stored located via the Zenodo search engine. Scholars from any research discipline can upload data in any file format.

Please bring your laptop to the workshop.


This workshop is offered in co-operation with the Graduate Academy of the TU Dresden.

Porträt von
Marlies Krause

Marlies Krause ist Fachreferentin und Ansprechpartnerin für die Fächer Romanistik und Klassische Philologie.

Veranstaltungsort Online-Veranstaltung