The University of Florida Libraries are here to assist you with data management planning, including the development of data management plans, supporting long term preservation needs, improving data discoverability, and meeting UF security and privacy requirements. The UF Data Guide will help you understand your data type within UF’s data classification guidelines. This guide can also be used to find approved software and computing infrastructure for use with various data types. See: UF Integrated Risk Management (IRM) for the UF Data Guide.
- UF Research Lifecycle – https://research.ufl.edu/research-lifecycle.html
- UF Research Records and Data – https://records.uflib.ufl.edu/record-retention/research-records-data/
- Research Data is Institutional Property – https://irb.ufl.edu/index/data.html
- Data/Record Storage and Security – https://irb.ufl.edu/index/data/1981-2.html
- Destruction of Data – https://irb.ufl.edu/index/data/2019-2.html
Why manage research data?
- Save time
- Meet funding requirements
- Increase discovery and reuse
- Protect and preserve data
The development of this Data Management Planning Guide would not have been possible without previous work:
DCC. (2013). Checklist for a Data Management Plan. v.4.0. Edinburgh: Digital Curation Centre. Available online: http://www.dcc.ac.uk/resources/data-management-plans.
Digital Curation Centre. (2013). What are Metadata Standards.
Edinburgh, U. o. (2013). Research Data MANTRA course.
Hanson, K., Surkis, A., & Yacobucci, K. Data Sharing and Management Snafu in 3 Short Acts.
Libraries, U. o. T. (2013). Recommended File Formats.
Partnership, D. (2013). Ensure the reliability of your storage media.
Texas Advanced Computing Center. (2012). Writing a Data Management Plan: a guide for the perplexed.