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Research Data Management: Campus Faculty/Staff

This guide provides information about trends and tools for research data creation, storage, and dissemination; services Rod Library provides are highlighted.

Research Data Management

Research data management concerns the organization of data, from its entry to the research cycle through to the dissemination and archiving of results. It aims to ensure reliable verification of results, and permit new and innovative research built on existing information. It concerns how researchers:
1) Create data and plan for its use; 2) Organize, structure, and name data; 3) Keep the data including making it secure, providing access, storage, and backing it up; and 4) Find information resources, and share with collaborators, publish and get cited.

Rod Library Data Services

Other UNI Resources

Data Lifecycle

Data Management Plans (DMPs)

Data Literacy for Students

Data literacy is often defined as the ability to effectively understand, use, and communicate data. Read More:

Dykes, B. (9 March 2017). Why companies must close the data literacy divide. Forbes.

Sharesh, Y. (8 May 2017). Data information literacy and applicationEDUCAUSE Review

Teaching Data Literacy

Other Guides of Interest

Other Resources