Data Management Planning

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Minerva Building - Room MB3201

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LN6 7TS

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Data Management Planning

This 1½-hour workshop (including 30 minutes for questions/discussion) forms an introduction to the process of writing a research Data Management Plan (DMP): a formal document that outlines how you will handle your data both during your research, and after your research project has been completed. Students will learn about the purpose, benefits and structure of a DMP, and about some of the tools that can be used to create such plans.

Target audience and stage

This course is aimed at postgraduate research students in the early stages of their research degree (e.g. first year; second year).

Programme outline

  • What is a Data Management Plan?
  • Key considerations: academic, professional, technical, and legal/ethical

  • Benefits of creating a DMP

  • Using DMPOnline and other tools

Learning outcomes

On completion of this course you should be able to;

  • Understand the purpose and benefits of Data Management Plans

  • Appreciate how a DMP may apply to your own research project

  • Identify key elements in your project that should be recorded in a DMP

  • Discuss data management planning with your research supervisor

  • Locate and use planning tools including DMP Online


Course facilitator

Paul Stainthorp is based in the University Library, where he works with electronic library resources, research publications, and research data management systems.

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