Need Help With a Data Management Plan? Contact the University Libraries!

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Need Help With a Data Management Plan? Contact the University Libraries!

Carla J. Stoffle, Dean of University Libraries, and Leslie P. Tolbert, Senior Vice President for Research
April 23, 2013

Are you working on a grant proposal that requires a data management plan? The University Libraries is now an integrated point of service, providing the following resources for faculty and researchers:

  • A comprehensive Data Management Resources website, http://data.library.arizona.edu, which is the starting point for information and support regarding data management, data sharing, and complying with federal agency requirements. 
  • Access to the Data Management Plan Tool, “DMPTool,” an online, step-by-step guide for developing data management plans, focusing on National Science Foundation requirements.
  • Information about upcoming workshops on data management
  • Latest news, such as NSF’s new biographical sketch changes, and new resources, such as DataUP.
  • Consultation for faculty and researchers needing additional assistance.

The Data Management Resources website also links to other University resources, including computing support services through the University Information Technology Services.

If you are interested in a data management workshop for your college or department or are currently working on a grant proposal that requires a data management plan and have any questions, please contact Chris Kollen at kollenc@u.library.arizona.edu or (520) 305-0495.

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