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Introduction to Research Data Management. Sue Harrison [email protected] January 2014. What is RDM and why do we care?. Research data is all information you use in your research. RDM is how you organise, store and share this information. Also, funder requirements ….

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Introduction to research data management

Introduction to Research Data Management

Sue [email protected]

January 2014


What is rdm and why do we care
What is RDM and why do we care?

Research data is all information you use in your research. RDM is how you organise, store and share this information.

Also, funder requirements…


Pre project data management plans
Pre-Project: Data Management Plans

Planning what you’re going to do with your data, enabling you to get the most out of your research.

  • Data types, formats & standards

  • Ethics and IP

  • Data access, sharing & reuse

  • Short-term storage & management

  • Deposit & long-term preservation

  • Roles & responsibilities

  • Resourcing


During project
During Project

Maintaining data management planning throughout the project

  • Data storage & security

  • Confidentiality

  • Off-site working & collaboration

  • File structures & organisation

  • Verification, retraceability, usability

  • Version control

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End of project
End of Project

Making your datasets available and accessible for people to use in the future.

  • Selection, retention & destruction

  • Sharing datasets

  • Depositing datasets & DOIs

  • Metadata & future proofing

  • Institutional repository vs National repository

  • Physical archiving

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Next steps
Next steps:

Sue Harrison

[email protected]

January 2014


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