1.Ninna Gandrup from the Communication Department will introduce relevant information about the coming Course Catalogue, which is a replacement of the Course Base (5 min)

2. Vibeke and Jari from Communication on press work at ITU (20 min)
- Tips on how to convey your research in the media

3. The RDM hearing process (Irina, 35 min)

4. AOB


Minutes
1. Ninna Gandrup from the Communication Department will introduce relevant information about the coming Course Catalogue, which is a replacement of the Course Base (5 min)



Based on the same platform as LearnIT.
Ninna will have meetings with the Heads of Study Programmes to describe all the courses.
There will only be one place to update information - should mean fewer errors.
Feel free to contact Ninna if you have input.

Brit: the course catalogue is supposed to be the students' guarantee for the form of the course - will this still be like that?
Ninna: yes

Irina: who are the stake holders?
Ninna: education coordinators, admins (com. study admin, HR), VIP (rep. Lone Malmborg), students

The course base is for signing up for activities etc. The course catalogue is only a description.
Jens Chr. The idea is to get rid of the course base.

2. Vibeke and Jari from Communication on press work at ITU (20 min)
- Tips on how to convey your research in the media

Vibeke, Press and communication officer - handles media requests, advice on media relations
Jari, research communication - more strategic, working with individual researchers

Com. can help you if you want to get contacted by the press concerning a certain topic.

Think about how your research can be put into context (current events) - how can it shed new light on a topic?
Be sure about the journalist's angle, the context, your role, ask to check quotes.
You can ask the journalist to send the text to you and ask Jari (e.g.) to check the translation.

3. The RDM hearing process (Irina, 35 min)
Documents:




Irina's slides:


A guest researcher doing research at ITU should follow our research data management policy.

There is a wiki for research integrity at ITU https://researchintegrity.wikit.itu.dk/Research+Integrity+Home

The policy is based on the data management policy from DTU

Does the policy apply to students as well? If there will be a publication, it falls under the policy (is a master's thesis a publication?)

It is up to the researcher whether they will release their data.

The policy will not be retrospective.

Other departments at ITU need to know what you expect from them - so we need input from you on these aspects.

Irina will lead some discussion workshops during department meetings to get input.
Christopher: this is more relevant to some than others - does everyone need to contribute to the workshops.

Jens Chr.: you can influence how the policy is implemented (infrastructure and support).