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Data management plan resources are available

Screenshot of DMPTool.org. Links at top of page: Learn. Sign In. Title: DMPTool: Build your Data Management Plan. Ribbon: Welcome. Create data management plans that meet institutional and funder requirements. Get started [button]. Below image: DMPTool by the numbers: 28,787 users; 25,051 Plans [More link]; 229 Participating Institutions [More link]. Top 5 templates: NSF-SBE Social, Behavioral, Economic Sciences; DMP Template from DCC; Department of Energy (DOE): Office of Science; Digital Curation Centre; NIH-GEN: Generic. DMPTTool News: New DMPTool launched today [link]. Go to blog. Rss feed icon [link]. Links: About; Terms of use & Privact; Accessibility; GitHub; Contact us. Twitter and RSS feed icon links. Footer: DMPTool logo. DMPTool is a service of the University of California Curation Center of the California Digital Library. Copyright 2010-2018 The Regents of the University of California.

Researchers at Miami University who need to create data management plans as part of a research proposal can take advantage of the following resources:

  • DMPTool.org allows you to create, review, and share data management plans that meet institutional and funder requirements.
  • Staff in the Center for Digital Scholarship are available for personalized reviews of data management plans prior to proposal submission.

To get started with DMPTool. org:

  • Navigate to DMPTool.org.
  • Click the big Get Started button in the middle of the screen.
  • Select Miami University (OH) from the drop-down list of institutions on the next page.
  • Click the green Next button.
  • Enter your Miami unique ID and password on the MUNet Login Page.
  • On the next page, click the green Create New DMP button and follow the prompts.

For questions about using DMPTool.org or to arrange a personalized review of your data management plan, contact Eric Johnson, Numeric and Spatial Data Librarian, Center for Digital Scholarship, King Library (513-529-4152).


Data image by By DARPA (Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, via Wikimedia Commons, public domain.

 

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