Applying for a research grant? Getting bogged down in how to organize and track your research? A data management plan might be just what you need!
A data management plan, or DMP, is a plan for how you will collect, document, organize, manage, and preserve your data. Whether you’re creating one to meet funding agency requirements for a proposal, or strategizing on managing your own or your research group's data, the Research Data Management Service Group can guide you through the process through workshops and individual consultations. Learn more at https://data.research.cornell.edu/content/data-management-planning. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org to get assistance with writing your next data management plan.
Upcoming workshop: Data Management Planning for Social Scientists: Writing a DMP (registration required)
In this presentation, you will learn the importance of data management plans for grant applications, identify what must be included in a data management plan, and locate resources to help you draft a data management plan. Presented by Amelia Kallaher, Applied Social Science Librarian at the Albert R. Mann Library and consultant for Cornell's Research Data Management Service Group (RDMSG).This presentation is specifically geared towards social scientists drafting grant applications, especially faculty and graduate students from CALS and CHE, however, all are welcome to attend.
Date: Friday, October 23, 2020
Time: 11:00am - 12:00pm