Research data management refers to planning, organizing, sharing, and preserving the data and documentation used to generate published research output. Increasingly, federal agencies and other granting bodies are requiring data management plans that address these topics, so that the products of funded research are publicly available for reuse.
Please contact a subject librarian in Camden with questions regarding data services. The liaison librarian may refer you to workshops, services and resources, including those within Rutgers University Libraries listed here.
At the Health Sciences Libraries
The RBHS Librarians can provide:
Consult on compliance with NIH Data Management and Sharing Policy.
Offer training workshops on using DMPTool to develop data management plans for NIH grant proposals.
Identify appropriate data repositories.
Consult and instruct on data visualization
Contact us at email@example.com
The Dana Library Data Services provide:
- Consultations for data collection.
- Identifying a repository that fits your researching needs.
- Workshops on data visualization and statistical applications.
- Qualitative data analysis workshops specifically for NVivo.
If you have any questions, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
At Rutgers–New Brunswick
The Rutgers-New Brunswick Libraries Data Team can provide:
Data Management Plan consultations
Customized workshops on topics such as data analysis, data management, data visualization
Best practices for sharing, securing, and preserving your data
Guidance on a repository for your research data