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    Securely Managing and Publishing Sensitive Data

    Are you working with environmental, commercial, health, personal, or other sensitive data? Are you unsure whether your data is sensitive and unclear on your responsibilities for managing it?

    This webinar discusses the foundations of working with sensitive data including how to protect your data, your research participants, and yourself. We’ll take about how and when to de-identify sensitive data, and how to share sensitive data.

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    Social Media and Digital Activism: A SCDS Graduate Resident Panel

    What role do social media platforms play in forming and negotiating digital labour? How do platforms frame online selves and lives as intelligible or otherwise? What are the cultural and communicative practices Creators and users rely on to mediate their identities in digital spaces?

    At this panel, SCDS Graduate Residents address these timely questions. Drawing from interdisciplinary fields such as Cultural Studies, Automedia, and Human-Computer Interaction, the papers consider the on and offline impacts attention economies, self-branding, and the mediation of identity.

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    Social Media Research Ethics – Power and Provocations

    As researchers across disciplines incorporate social media platforms and data into their research, questions surrounding the ethical complexities of such research continue to proliferate. This roundtable brings together researchers from a variety of disciplines to assess the embedded power structures of social media research and the frameworks for assessing such research as ‘ethical’.

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    Social Media Research Ethics – Preliminary Considerations

    As researchers across disciplines incorporate social media platforms and data into their research, questions surrounding the ethical complexities of such research continue to proliferate. In this module, you will be introduced to the formative considerations for integrating social media platforms and data into your research while keeping ethics top of mind.

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    Social Media Research Ethics – Project Design

    As researchers across disciplines incorporate social media platforms and data into their research, questions surrounding the ethical complexities of such research continue to proliferate. This module focuses on the methodological and ethical considerations for planning, carrying out, and managing research projects that incorporate social media platforms and data.

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    Strategies for Research Data Storage and Backup

    Looking for a better way to store your data? Not sure what the difference is between Dropbox or OneDrive? Join us for a session on research data storage and backup. In this workshop, we will go over the different storage platforms available to you as a researcher, their features and drawbacks, and when to choose a particular platform. We will also consider some data backup and security principles and touch on the basics of storing and encrypting sensitive research data.

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