Research Data Management
Guidance on research data management with supporting resources.
Research Data Management (RDM) underpins research excellence. It concerns the organisation of data throughout the research cycle. A full explanation is in the Making the Case for Research Data Management briefing paper.
Good research data management covers a project from conception to delivery. It enables staff and students to meet the requirements of our Research Data Management Policy, research funders and legislation.
Under our RDM policy, staff and researchers should deposit all research data into RaYDaR.
- Research Data Explained – tutorial from the University of Edinburgh
- Data Curation Lifecycle Model – graphical overview of the curation cycle from JISC and DCC
- Data Management Plan resources – key resources from the DCC covering all aspects of data management planning. Includes the web-based planning tool DMPonline, How to Develop a Data Management and Sharing Plan, Checklist for a Data Management Plan and real-life examples.
- Five things you need to know about RDM and the law
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