Data management is an important topic for researchers and scholars across domains, especially as funding agencies increasingly require submission of data management plans with grant proposals. These new requirements encourage researchers to plan ahead for data management and sharing and help to promote practices that facilitate reproducible research, data use and reuse and interoperability among distributed systems.
March 9 will be a full-day workshop covering the basics of data management from 9 am to 4:15 pm. Register here.
On March 10, there will be a series of workshops. Register for each workshop separately.
We will also offer R workshops later in March.
Please email Margaret Henderson email@example.com if you wish to receive an email when registration opens up.
Let us help you with all your data management needs:
If you start planning early you can save time later when your data is easy to find, use, analyze, and share with your collaborators.
Google Drive (part of Google Apps for Education provided by VCU to staff and faculty) can be used to store non-sensitive data and some sensitive data (see Allowable Data box on Google Drive page ) Faculty and staff at VCU have unlimited storage but it is important to be careful about what you store and how you set up your files. Read more on allowable data and how to secure your files and folders.