Take a workshop on writing data management plans for your research

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Applying for research funding? Need a plan to manage your data? Attend one of our sessions and learn how to write a Data Management Plan (DMP) for your research project. The Scholarly Communications Office is offering four workshops this Fall, with each session focused on different disciplines. 

We will cover the basics of a DMP as required for research sponsored by federal agencies such as the NEH, NIH, and NSF, and private foundations such as the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation. Where should you save your data, how should you organize and document your files, and how should you prepare to responsibly share your research data? 

  • Writing a Data Management Plan for Social Science Wednesday, September 18, 10-11am – Woodruff Library, Room 314 
  • Writing a Data Management Plan for Humanities Tuesday, September 24, 10-11am – Woodruff Library, Room 314 
  • Writing a Data Management Plan for Basic Science Thursday, October 3, 10-11am – Woodruff Library, Room 314  
  • Writing a Data Management Plan for Health Science Tuesday, October 8, 12-1pm – Health Sciences Center Library, Room B65 

Find and register for individual sessions through Upcoming Workshops on the Scholarly Communications Office website

Feel free to contact us at scholcomm [at] listserv [dot] cc [dot] emory [dot] edu with any questions.