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Research Data Management: The Basics

Research data management (RDM) involves the “organization of data, from its entry to the research cycle through to the dissemination and archiving of valuable results”. RDM is not only good practice, but is required by many funding agencies as part of research grant applications.

Last year, we were joined by Alison Farrell, Research Data Management and Public Services Librarian at the Health Sciences Library (Memorial University) to talk about the importance of managing research data and how to put together a strong data management plan.

See below for Alison’s presentation as well as links to useful resources for managing your research data.

Photo by Nana Smirnova on Unsplash

View presentation recording — click here.

Faculty, staff and student researchers at Memorial are also encouraged to contact Alison at to discuss the available resources and tools for RDM and for assistance in drafting a data management plan.




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