Research data management guide for students covers the entire process of research, from planning to completing a thesis. The guide offers examples on different types of research data, and it explains how to ensure the quality and safety of the data at each phase of the research.
The European Copernicus Programme provides Earth Observation (EO) data free of charge on an open-access basis. The Copernicus services are based on satellite and in situ observations, and cater to even near real-time data needs. The services provide global data which can also be used for local and regional needs. The data can, for example, help to make visible different phenomena affecting Earth, such as climate change and urban development.
BRDM is the 3 ETCS course dealing with many aspects of research data management, aiming to give you a solid base for responsible data management (including open science aspects).