Research funders are placing increasing importance on both the proper management and sharing of research data. The Office of Science and Technology Policy released a memorandum in February requiring Federal agencies involved in research to create clear policies and plans for increasing public access to research data. Proper data management early in the research process reduces the potential for data loss and increases the possibility that your data can be used in the future by other researchers, and even by yourself. JHU Data Management Services supports the Johns Hopkins community throughout the research lifecycle by providing the following services:
Services We Provide
Guidance on writing data management plans
We can provide expert guidance preparing data management plans tailored for standards of your field.
Archiving your research data into the JHU Data Archive
Share and preserve your project data through our state-of-the-art repository, the JHU Data Archive.
News and Events
- Interested in how to manage your data better including topics such as data backup and giving your files logical names? Join us at any one of the FREE hour-long sessions on either April 30th, July 9th, September 4th or November 5th at the Brody Learning Commons Rm. 4040. Please RSVP to email@example.com to attend!
- See our new resource for researchers on grant review committees for NSF and other funders: a worksheet and guidelines for evaluating proposal Data Management Plans for content and compliance with NSF’s guidelines: Grant Reviewer’s Data Management Plan Worksheet & Guide
- We are hiring a third Data Management Consultant to join our team! To apply visit the JHU Jobs Web site: https://hrnt.jhu.edu/jhujobs/ and search using “54815″ (job requisition number).
Learn about the essential information that needs to be covered in an NSF data management. These core components are likely relevant for other funding agencies as well.
Learn about policies that may impact how you manage your research data.
Discover additional services that may aid you during your research.
We are available to help you with your research data management needs. Please email a consultant at firstname.lastname@example.org today. We welcome your feedback on our services, website and any ideas that you may have on additional services that we could provide.