UGA researchers now have access to a Data Management Plan Tool to help them create, review and share data management plans that meet institutional and funding agency requirements.
In addition, videos and presentations from workshops on how to develop Data Management Plans, held Nov. 5, are now available online.
Many funding agencies, including NIH, NSF, DOE, and NEH, require data management and sharing plans as part of 2013 federal requirement that “direct results of federally funded scientific research be made available.” The impact that these plans have on funding decisions continues to increase.
The videos and presentations from the workshop explain how a publicly available data management plan tool (DMPTool) enables researchers to create, review, and share draft revisions.
The DMPTool is hosted on the UGA Libraries website, along with other other DMP resources, and can also be reached via the GrantSMART site.
Thanks to the workshop sponsors: The UGA Libraries, Franklin College of Arts & Sciences, the Department of Computer Science and the GrantSMART Office of OVPR.