|The Library can assist with writing data management plans and can review them prior to submission with grant applications|
The Library can also assist in other ways to help ensure a successful application such as compliance for the requirement of depositing research publications in Research Repository UCD, the provision of metrics (e.g. citation counts, publication downloads), etc. Contact Julia Barrett, Research Services Manager, UCD Library email@example.com
These services are provided in conjunction with UCD Research.
The anticipated costs of depositing research data may be included in a grant application. Consider including costs relating to the preparation of data for deposit and ingestion, data storage, ongoing digital preservation and curation after the project, etc.
Bear in mind that good data management practices are not simply a drain on your budget. It can save you time in accessing the data and avoid the costly task of recreating data that has been lost or corrupted.
Most funding bodies have open access requirements pertaining to publications arising from your research and, increasingly, your data.
Research publications: depositing to Research Repository UCD is the preferred method for meeting most of these funders’ requirements.
Data: An increasing number of funding bodies request or require that their funding recipients create and follow plans for managing data, storing or preserving it in the long term, and sharing some, or all data products with the public. Funding agencies require varying degrees of planning and explanation at the bidding stage.
Funders will respond more positively to applications that include clear plans for depositing to an open access repository and for managing, preserving and sharing their data. Areas which funding bodies may ask you to consider are:
The following funding agencies have open access requirements pertaining to publications arising from your research and, increasingly, your data:
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