Feb 13-17, 2023 – Data is for everyone!
Love Data Week is an international event involving libraries, data centers, social media, and research institutions. The week is designed to highlight key resources available to ASU researchers. It is also a time to focus on best practices for managing, protecting, preserving, and publishing your data. The Research Data Management teams at Knowledge Enterprise and the Library will share resource information, tips for data management, and activities designed to help you ensure your data feels loved!
Learn more at ASU Love Data Week 2023!
The ASU Library provides support for data management planning and sharing, open access and open data publishing, copyright and rights management which foster reproducible and responsible research as part of ASU's Research Data Management support structure.
This guide provides a number of resources (links located in the left-hand menu) including
The links located on the the left navigation panel, also provide more information to help:
Research Data Sharing and Management is supported by ASU Library Researcher Support
We connect researchers with experts and resources from the ASU Library to assist you with all of your research and publishing needs. Researcher Support offers guidance across the research lifecycle, everything from planning to data storage, in an effort to maximize the quality, productivity and accessibility of ASU research.
Our team provides support for data management planning, open access and open data publishing, copyright and rights management and more. We have experts and resources in assessing your information need, identifying partnerships, evaluating publications and author agreements, fulfill grant requirements, provide access to primary resources, and preserving and archiving your work.
Contact us for help with your project and publishing your research data
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