RDM Community of Practice - Data Management Plan (DMP) Roundtable Online
McMaster's Research Data Management (RDM) Community of Practice is backl! We meet the last Thursday of every month to learn together as researchers and research support staff across all levels of RDM expertise.
Data Management Plans (DMPs) are growing as a requirement for grants, from the Tri-Agencies, to NIH, and others. They can also be a helpful document to guide best practices—either as a process document for your research group or as an individual researcher. Join our RDM Community of Practice to discuss DMP development!
Melissa Parker and Saleha Ansari (Rehabilitation Science) will discuss a DMP they worked on for a CIHR grant. Natalie Harvey-Younis (Psychiatry & Behavioural Neurosciences) will address DMPs to guide research group workflows, sharing an involved DMP to guide lab best practices and streamline onboarding for a longitudinal study on family health. Finally, Benjamin Taylor (MacPherson Institute) will address creating a DMP for a smaller team working on Humanities/Social Science research into Generative AI and Assessment.
- Thursday, September 28, 2023
- 11:00am - 12:00pm
- Time Zone:
- Eastern Time - US & Canada (change)
- This is an online event. Event URL will be sent via registration email.
Research Data Management (RDM) refers to a set of practices and activities that include the planning, collection, documentation, storage, preservation, and sharing of research data. Good RDM practices help to increase research visibility and build new collaborations, enable verification of research results, and support a culture of reproducible research.
RDM Services at McMaster University provides several resources, including personal support, to assist researchers on campus with a variety of RDM processes. Learn more at https://rdm.mcmaster.ca/.
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