In this workshop, Paul Bern, Syracuse University Libraries, will discuss the importance of planning for and actively managing data as part of the scientific process. A critical element of this process is the Data Management Plan (DMP), a document required by many funding organizations, and increasingly, by many publishers. DMPs describe the types and amount of data you will collect as well as how you will collect, store, process, secure, share and publish or archive your data. We will cover the details of each of these points and how you can work them into your own DMP using the DMPTool online platform. Resources to help you complete your DMP as well as implement it will also be covered.
This workshop counts towards completion of the Research Skills & Scholarly Publishing badge in the BioInspired Institute’s Professional Development Program.
This event was published on December 11, 2020.
- Professional Development
- Open to
- Campus Community
- Jeremy Steinbacher
- Contact Jeremy Steinbacher to request accommodations