What does it mean to manage and share research data? What are best practices for developing
data management plans and increasing access to the results? How are human subject
and qualitative research data managed in the social & behavioral sciences and humanities?
This informative presentation will explain the motivations behind federal mandates
and University policies regarding open data sharing. Participants will learn practical
data management skills including file naming, version control, creating data management
plans, and crafting subject-specific metadata in the Data Documentation Initiative
Data archiving options for institutional repositories will be discussed and University
data planning, analysis, and archiving services available throughout the research
data lifecycle will be described.