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Research data management activities include how data is collected, organised, stored, backed-up, preserved, shared, archived and disposed.
Good research data management practices enable data generated in research projects to be preserved and accessed for both current and future use.
Research data training is available to all UOW HDR students and researchers through Moodle. It is recommended that HDR and Honours students, as well as researchers new to UOW, complete this training so that they are up to date with research data management at UOW.
UOW has launched ReDBox (Research Data Box), a tool to help you manage and store your research data.
When starting a research project, it’s important to plan how your research data will be managed and decide who will access it, where it will be stored and for how long.
With ReDBox, you can record your project details in one place for your team to access and create a Research Data Management Plan to use in ethics applications and for funder requirements, saving you time.
Use these repositories to find research data.