Research Data Management: What is RDM?
Research Data Management (RDM) is a broad term that encompasses all practices and actions to ensure that research data are secure, sustainable, and easy to find, understand and (re)use, not only during a research project, but also in the longer term. Taking proper care of data is an essential part of good research practice.
Want to know more? Check out the knowledge clip below!
- Ghent University RDM webpages
- DMPonline.be: How do I write a Data Management Plan? (Write)
- EU funding: Open Research Data for ERC grants - H2020 (Funding / GISMO)
- FAIR: What are the FAIR data principles? (Research integrity & ethics)
- FileSender: introductie (Publish)
- FileSender: introduction (Publish)
- FWO: How do I complete the DMP section in my FWO application? (Research integrity & ethics)
- Open Research Data Pilot and research data management for Horizon 2020 projects (Funding / GISMO)
- The research data lifecycle: What is it? (Research integrity & ethics)
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