Research Data Management
Research Data Management (RDM) describes a suite of activities used to manage data throughout its entire lifecycle -- including collection, storage, analysis and sharing -- to ultimately ensure its long-term usability. Funding agencies are increasingly requiring that data management plans (DMPs) be submitted with grant applications, making the ability to plan appropriately for data management critical to research success. SSHRC, NSERC and CIHR recently released a joint statement of principles on data management, and are expected to increase their data management requirements in the near future. This workshop will provide an overview of the basic elements of research data management, as well as introducing several tools available to University of Regina researchers, including the DMP Assistant for creating data management plans, and Dataverse for storing and providing access to research data.
This workshop is part of the Research Tune-up Series.
- Wednesday, February 28, 2018
- 1:30pm - 3:00pm
- LY 107.32