Developing a Research Data Management Service – a Case Study

Jeff Moon

Abstract


Publicly-funded, researcher-generated data has been on the front burner lately, driven by a variety of factors, including evolving funding-agency policies and journal publisher requirements. In this context, Queen’s University Library (QUL) developed and implemented a Research Data Management (RDM) Service to meet researchers’ needs. This process is described here, framed around four main themes: planning, building, educating, and doing.

Keywords


research data management; RDM

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.21083/partnership.v9i1.2988

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