Research Data Management and Data Management Plans (DMPs) are an integral part of any research project. They begin at grant application stage and then evolve and develop to support best practice in the treatment of your data throughout your project. Many aspects of data management are new requirement for researchers. The Research Data Service is here to help. It is a dedicated service based in UCC Library specifically tasked with helping researchers up-skill and comply the new data management, FAIR and data sharing requirements. We can provide advice and support with;
The Research Data Service provides one to one consultation for individual researchers and research groups and units. We also provide training scheduled and on request on research data management, the FAIR Principles and other related topics. More information about the training and support on offer can be found under the Training and Support tab. If you would like to talk to us about any aspect of research data management or for research data support or information about training use the Book Now button for a appointment or contact the Research Data Coordinator, Aoife Coffey, firstname.lastname@example.org.
*Grant application data management plans should be submitted for review a minimum of 5 working days in advance of the funding body deadline. For DMPs submitted less than 5 days in advance of a deadline, review is subject to availability and it may not be possible in the allowed time.