Answered By: Caroline McKinley
Last Updated: Oct 18, 2023     Views: 29

The Phillip Capozzi, M.D. Library offers instruction on Research Data Management.

Funding agencies and publishers are increasingly requiring data sharing and/or data management plans from researchers. The plans specifically document the process from conception to documentation, to storage, to sharing, and finally to preservation.

I will provide an introductory nuts and bolts approach to the best practices in data management. 

  • Practical ways to better manage, find, and share your data
  • How to better document your research to comply with upcoming data management and sharing requirements
  • Resources and tools that can be used to better organize and document your data throughout the research process

Whether you need individual instruction or as a group, either in person or via webinar, this class is recommended for anyone who does research or is planning research in the basic sciences, clinical or public health realms. Ideal for graduate students, medical students, postdoctoral fellows, residents, and all research faculty.

See the library’s Data Management Planning Guide. 

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