JISC Releases Introductory Guide to Research Data Management For Researchers
This new resource was written by Caroline Ingram at JISC.
From the Introduction:
This guide provides an introduction to engaging with research data management processes.
It will be of interest to university researchers and research data management support staff, including those who are responsible for giving advice to researchers on the storage, management, publication and archiving of research data.
The guide is organized into these sections
- What is research data management?
- Why should I manage my research data?
- How to get started
- Final thoughts
Direct to JISC Introductory Guide to Research Data Management
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