On January 25, 2023, the NIH is implementing a new policy that will require grant applications for ALL research projects that generate scientific data to include a robust and detailed plan for how you will manage and share data during the entire funded period. These plans, similar to what other funders call Data Management Plans (DMPs), describe the methods and procedures for collecting, storing, and preserving your research data. At this workshop, you will learn what the upcoming NIH policy requires in a DMP, how to use the DMPTool (a tool for creating them), and how Temple University Libraries can help.
Please be advised that the resource covered in this workshop requires TUaccessnet credentials to log in. Those who do not have a TUaccessnet ID are still welcome to join the session and learn about the platform. Contact the presenter with questions.
- Participants can join this session one of three ways:
- Attend in person at Ginsburg Library, or
- Attend online via Zoom, or
- View the recording on their own time (all registrants will receive an email with the video link after this session)
This workshop will be offered in a hybrid format. You must register for this workshop. You will receive a registration confirmation email, which includes the Zoom link for the workshop. If participants are not Temple affiliates, they should use their first and last names in order to be admitted to the session.
Please reach out to Will Dean, firstname.lastname@example.org, with questions.