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Research Data Services

UVic Library Workshops

In collaboration with the Digital Scholarship Commons, we offer a variety of workshops on topics related to research data management. To schedule a workshop for your class or research group, please contact Monique Grenier, Data Curation Librarian (interim).

Workshop offerings include:


View next scheduled workshops here: https://onlineacademiccommunity.uvic.ca/dsc/workshops/

Introduction to Data Management Plans Workshop

Aimed at grad students and faculty researchers, this lecture-style workshop reviews the key components of a data management plan (DMP) and offers guidance on using the DMP Assistant, a bilingual tool for preparing data management plans.

A DMP is a formal and evolving document that outlines the practices, processes, and strategies of the data you expect to acquire or generate during the course of a research project. The Government of Canada has announced its new Tri-Agency Research Data Management Policy. The policy aims to support Canadian research excellence by promoting data management practices. By Spring 2022, the agencies will identify the initial set of funding opportunities subject to the DMP requirement. 

Participants will be able to do the following by the end of this orientation:

  • Understand the importance of good research data management
  • Learn how to use the DMP Assistant
  • Be familiar with key data management planning consideration

Past Presentations

  • Research Data Management - Grad Student Seminars
  • Curating Data Sets for Reproducibility
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