Research Data Management

The Research Data Management team is ready to consult on how to locate, collect, document, organize, store, and preserve your research data throughout your research project. We can help you to understand and meet funder requirements, including assistance in drafting and reviewing data management plans, selecting appropriate active data storage, choosing a repository, and preparing research data for end-of-project archiving. Come by or email us to talk about best practices to insure your research data will continue to be available when you and others need it in the future.

Looking for additional information? Want to know about changes to the DMPTool, or what funders requirements are?  We now have a new Research Guide Research Data Management which has the most current information available.  We now cover NSF, NIH, NEH, DOT, IES, DOE, and NOAA.

Research Data Life Cycle

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Are you looking for funding sources for your research?  Explore the Grants and Funding Subject Guide.  It explains how to use the Pivot and GrantForward funding discovery tools, provides links to additional resources, and resources to help you write the perfect proposal.  Additional information on Pivot and GrantForward can be found on the Health Sciences Library Guide Funding Discovery Resources.

NEWS:

The NSF has released the 2017 version of their PAPPG (NSF 17-1) Proposal and Award Policies & Procedures Guide which will be effective January 30, 2017.

Note: Beginning January 30, 2017, FastLane will run enhanced automated compliance checks across several proposal types and will generate errors or warnings when the submission or deadline validation compliance checks are not met. Checks are run during “Check Proposal,” “Forward to SPO,” and “Submit Proposal.” The complete list of FastLane automated compliance checks effective January 30, 2017, is available here.

This means there will be less wiggle room after submission if the PI makes a mistake (you can no longer remedy certain mistakes by iterating with the Program Officer after submission; the proposal will simply not be accepted). It can still be revised to fix these issues if there is time before the deadline.