Then in your personal folder, you can:
Only full-time and fractional research and teaching staff are granted rights to manage data/folder in the Repository. If you are not full-time or fractional staff but would like to have data management rights, you can make an application for rights with the following form and submit it with the approval from the faculty dean or department/unit head.
Should you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact the Research Data Team at email@example.com.
You have to contact your thesis supervisor to grant rights to your new staff account on the datasets/folders that you created previously.
Should you have any questions, please contact the Research Data Team at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Depending on the rights you would like to grant to your colleagues, you can assign them an admin, a publisher, or a editor role, with the steps listed here.
|Rights on Folder and Datasets||Admin||Publisher||Editor|
|Publish / Delete||Y||Y|
|Add / Edit||Y||Y||Y|
Yes, you can manage your datasets/folders which were previously created by you.
After you leave CUHK, your datasets/folders will remain published on the Repository, but you will not be able to log in for data management
If you would like the public to contact you concerning your published datasets/folders after you leave, you may change the contact email at the metadatda of these datasets/folders to your personal email.
If the contact email remains your CUHK email after you leave, the Research Data Team will take the enquiries about your datasets/folders after you leave.