The RoaDMaP project, led by the University of Leeds, is funded under the JISC Managing Research Data Programme 2011-13. RoaDMaP will run from Jan 2012 until June 2013.
We will assess data management requirements in a number of subject disciplines and at different stages of the research application process (pre-award, live-award, post-award). The project will make recommendations for research data management training at University of Leeds. The Digital Curation Centre's DMPOnline tool will be piloted with case study groups. The project will assess technical infrastructure requirements and will pilot virtualised storage and a research data management platform for Leeds.
By the end of the project, we hope to have an insitutional policy on research data management supported by detailed implementation guidelines.
'Has anyone seen my data?'
'Has anyone seen my data?' Why research data management matters and how you can help.
EPrints and Research Data, 15th October
Synthesis report: the RoaDMaP Case Studies
Developing Data Management Planning Tools at the University of Leeds