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Research Data Management: Learn More

This guide provides an overview of research data management for University of Regina researchers.

Further Resources

There are several good resources available to help you learn more about research data management.

If you are just starting out, you may want to read:

Good Enough Research Data Management – A Very Brief Guide (from UBC). This very brief guide presents a set of good data management practices that researchers can adopt, regardless of their data management skills and levels of expertise.

To learn more, try:

UBC Library DataGuide –  a somewhat more detailed guide that takes you beyond "good enough" RDM to the development of a comprehensive plan.

And to really take it to the next level, visit:

MANTRA Research Data Management Training (University of Edinburgh) - an online, self-paced tutorial aimed at PhD students and early career researchers. A good introduction to issues and practices in research data management, with real life stories and scenarios.