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Research Data Services

Guidance, tools, and training to support faculty and students working with research data.

UVic Institutional RDM Strategy

UVic's RDM Strategy describes the university’s commitment to promoting and supporting researchers with RDM, including:

  • creating data management plans
  • storing and curating research data throughout a project
  • depositing data in a repository for long-term management and preservation in ways that are consistent with ethical and legal obligations

Read our strategy

Institutional Partners

Office of Research Service (ORS)

The Office of Research Services assists faculty in securing and administering research grants, awards and contracts as well as meeting their regulatory responsibilities in support of research. 

Services offered include:

Research Computing Services (RCS) 

Research Computing Services supports high-performance computing systems, research software, storage and network connectivity for university researchers. Consult their website for full details.

Services offered include:


Contacts

Below is contact information to those who may be able to with research data management and related queries:‚Äč

  • Research Data Management (RDM):
    To learn more about our RDM services, contact the Data Curation Librarian.
     
  • Subject-Specific RDM Guidance:
    To learn about managing research data in your field, contact your Subject Librarian.
     
  • Research Computing:
    For questions on advanced research computing and related resources, contact Research Computing Services.
     
  • Copyright:
    For copyright questions and resources, contact the Copyright Office.
     
  • Open Access and Scholarly Communication:
    Contact the library's Scholarly Communications group ().
     
  • Research Policies:
    For questions about institutional and funder research policies, contact the Research Office.
     
  • Research Ethics:
    For questions on human research ethics, contact the Human Research Ethics Board.

 

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