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Why Manage Data?

Funding agencies typically require researchers to share their data. Having a data management plan fulfills agency requirements and makes the data easier to share with others.

Fortunately there are a number of tools readily available to assist with the management of data. For example, the Data Management Planning Tool offers ready-to-use templates for assistance with NSF, NIH, NEH, NOAA, GBMF and IMLS programs. For other templates and tools, please see the Tools box on this guide to the left.

In addition to this guide, the Claremont Colleges Library can provide consultative services to help campus researchers share, reuse, manage or archive their data. Please contact your librarian for more information.

 

Benefits of a Data Management Plan

A data management plan helps you:

  • increase impact and visibility of your research with data citation
  • document and provide evidence for your research in conjunction with published results
  • comply with funding mandates, and meet copyright and ethical compliance requirements
  • preserve data for the long-term, safeguards your investment from loss
  • share your data with others, benefiting interdisciplinary research and others to build on your work

Funding Agencies

National Science Foundation (NSF)

Data Sharing Policy and Data Management Plan Requirements

Guidance including sample Data Management Plans provided by NSF

Note: Each NSF Directorate provides distinct guidance for researchers preparing DM Plans; be sure to consult the guidance from the Directorate to which you are applying.

National Institutes of Health (NIH)

Data Sharing Policy

Division of AIDS (DAIDS) - Data Management Plan Template for laboratory studies

National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH)

Office of Digital Humanities

Guidance for Data Management Plans for NEH Office of Digital Humanities Proposals and Awards

Institute for Museum and Library Services (IMLS)

Specifications for Projects That Develop Digital Products

      
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