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Data Passport Application
A data passport is a digital document or record that contains an individual's personal data and relevant information. It serves as a portable and secure form of identification and can be used to verify and share personal information across Tablion. The data passport typically includes details such as name, date of birth, contact information, educational qualifications, and any security check information that may vary depending on the purpose and scope of the passport. A data passport plays a crucial role in supporting researchers and teams when seeking data from organisations. It serves as an authenticated document that researchers can provide to establish their identity and adherence to applicable regulations and ethical standards. This streamlined approach fosters a trustworthy environment for sharing data between organisations and researchers while upholding stringent privacy and security measures.
- 1.To initiate the process of acquiring a Data Passport, access the Tablion dashboard and locate the designated section labelled "Step 1 - Apply for Data Passport."
- 2.The Tablion dashboard will lead researchers to a page displaying their previous Data Passport applications.
- 3.To begin the application process for a Data Passport, researchers are required to click on the "Apply for a Data Passport" option.
- 4.Clicking on "Apply for a Data Passport" will navigate the researcher to a page showing all available data passports on the platform. To begin the application, the researcher needs to click "Apply."
- 5.Researchers will be navigated to the application page. They can also see the different section that are present in that passport application through progress header.
- 6.Once researchers have completed filling in the required credentials and information in the data passport application, they can proceed by clicking on the "Submit" button.
- 7.Upon submission of the application, researchers will be directed to a page where they can view a summary of their application.
Researchers can track their application progress using a progress bar.
Before the approval of the data passport, researchers have the option to edit their application. This allows them to make necessary changes or updates to the submitted information before the final approval process takes place.