This guide is intended to support researchers who want to effectively manage their data. It is equally important for researchers to understand newer requirements from grant funding agencies for managing research data and the research data life-cycle.
A variety of offices across campus can provide assistance in data management. For assistance in writing a data management plan or with data curation, please contact David Lowe, Preservation and Data Management Services Librarian, email@example.com.
For general questions about organizing, storing, archiving, sharing data and related metdata, legal and ethical concerns at any point in the life cycle of your research, consult or subscribe to our Listserv for data management called MANAGINGDATA-L.
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WORKSHOPS: Data Management Best Practices: Instruction for Graduate Students
Learn about the latest best practices for managing your research data at the University of Connecticut. Experts from the Library, the Office for Sponsored Programs, and University IT address data organization, storage, security and archiving, metadata, data management plans, data sharing and laws regarding data reuse. The slides, link to the recording and other information can be found on our Workshop page.
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Support for Data Management
Preservation and Data Management Services Librarian
University of Connecticut Libraries, Storrs, CT
Contact me if you need help with:
- Grant prep, esp. the Data Mgmt. section, or see http://dmp.cdlib.org
- Data archiving, incl:
- Permanent, citable links
- Access in perpetuity
- Usage reports
- Metadata mgmt.
- Data visualization/manipulation
- Grant funder (e.g., NSF) data mgmt. requirements
We would like to express our special gratitude and thanks to Boston College’s data management group for providing the template of this guide.