November 5th: Libraries offer TWO Free Workshops on Preparing NSF Data Management Plans with DMP TOOLOctober 23, 2014 – 11:01 AM - mariann
Preparing Data Management Plans: Workshops on Nov. 5
North Campus: 9-11 a.m., Miller Learning Center, Rm 348
South Campus: 1-3 p.m. , Coverdell building, Rm 175
Many federal funding agencies, including NIH and NSF, require that grant applications contain data management plans for projects involving data collection. To support researchers in meeting this requirement, UGA is offering two workshops on creating such plans.
These workshops will guide participants in writing effective data management and data sharing plans for research and training proposals. The session will include a brief introduction on what is required to write a data management plan, a demo of the DMPTool followed by hands-on use of the tool, and feedback on content for data management plans.
Faculty are strongly encouraged to attend, graduate and postdoctoral students are welcome. Light refreshments will be served. The sessions will be recorded. Seating is limited so please reserve your space now.
Workshops will be led by Sherry Lake, Senior Data Consultant in the Data Management Consulting Group (DMConsult), a unit of Research Data Services, at the University of Virginia Library.
These workshops are sponsored by The UGA Libraries, Franklin College of Arts and Sciences, The Department of Computer Science and GrantSMART (of OVPR).
· Learn about available resources online
· Plan the needs and expenses of data sharing and management
into your proposal
· Bring your laptop (charged) to get started right away!
Register here: http://research.uga.edu/grantsmart/training/
Questions? email Mariann Burright email@example.com