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Research Data Management and Sharing

Designed to familiarize faculty and other researchers with the growing literature on research data management services at ASU and abroad.

Introduction to Research Data Management

This tutorial covers the importance of research data and provides examples for effective management and sharing strategies for organization, reproducibility, and enabling better credibility and recognition through sharing your data. It also includes information about ASU-supported research data resources to manage, preserve, and share research data.

Open the tutorial in a new window.

Use the DMPTool to Write a Data Management and Sharing Plan

Additional Research Data Management Training Resources

Additional Research Data Management Training Resources

Familiarize yourself with RDM concepts and develop skills using these well known training resources:

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