Research data management
Research data management (RDM) unites all of the activities involved in the publication of research results: the creation, processing, archiving and publishing of data. Since it is now requested by many funding institutions, RDM has become good scientific practice (recommendations and guidelines by funding bodies). Publishing companies and periodicals also increasingly require the provision of data on which a publication is based. The resulting extra work involved at the start of a research project is usually rewarded by the much smaller workload during the research process, and the ability to reuse and share the data.
Services for scientists
On request TIB offers workshops on various topics concerning research data management and handling research data.
Services for researchers at Leibniz Universität Hannover
Leibniz Universität Hannover is developing a concept for handling research data produced at the university. An advisory service is being established in addition to an infrastructure for research data. For more information please visit the website Research Data Management at Leibniz Universität Hannover .
- Advanced training on the topic of data management plans within the continuing education programme of Leibniz Universität Hannover an the qualification programme of the Graduate Academy
- Assistance in applying for third party-funded projects provided by Department 4 of Leibniz Universität Hannover.
- Assistance and individual support on research data management and publishing of research data by TIB
- The University of Edinburgh offers numerous online training programmes for scientists and librarians: MANTRA Research Data Management Training.
- Manual Research data management
- Research data management manual: WissGrid Project
- Guide Locating, citing, documenting