Planning, managing, and maintaining data that is collected or created through research is a critical part of the research process. The Library provides expertise, support and access to resources that enable researchers to manage their research data in effective and efficient ways.
Brock University Research Data Management Strategy
The Government of Canada’s Tri-Agency Research Data Management Policy requires Brock University, as an institution that administers CIHR, NSERC, or SSHRC funds, to develop and publish an RDM Strategy on the Brock University website by March 1, 2023. Brock University followed a consultative and inclusive process to develop this Strategy.
Tri-Agency Research Data Management Policy
The agencies believe that research data collected through the use of public funds should be responsibly and securely managed and be, where ethical, legal and commercial obligations allow, available for reuse by others. To this end, the agencies support the FAIR (Findable, Accessible, Interoperable, and Reusable) guiding principles for research data management and stewardship. ~Government of Canada
Planning, managing, and maintaining data that is collected or created through research is a critical part of the research process. This guide provides an introduction to the key questions you need to answer about your data, links to other resources for more information, and details about data hosting options.