Writing a Data Management Plan
Data Management Plans (DMPs) are simple documents that lay out the methods and procedures for collecting, storing and preserving your research data. Not only are they useful in organizing your work, most funders, including the NIH, now require you to create one when applying for a research grant. Learn the basics of DMPs, how to use the DMPTool (a free, online tool for creating them), and how Temple University Libraries can support your research.
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Related LibGuide: Research Data Management by Will Dean
- Thursday, October 19, 2023
- 12:00pm - 1:00pm