A Data Management Plan (DMP) describes the type and scope of the research data generated in the project, how it will be stored safely during the lifetime of a project and made available after the project has ended.
NMBU recommends all students and employees to make use of:
- The DMP made available by the Norwegian Centre for Research Data (NSD) (DMP+) for all types of research data.
- ELIXIR Data Stewardship Wizard can be used for research data management within life sciences.
Other national and international systems to generate DMPs:
- National e-Infrastructure for Research Data (NIRD/Uninett Sigma 2) (easy DMP)
- FAIRDOM Data Management
- Digital Curation Senter - DMP online
Courses and introduction to data management:
ELIXIR Norway organize a Data Management Plan (DMP) workshop at NMBU. The intended audience are researchers (PhD candidates, Post Doctoral Fellows, Researchers, Associate Professors and Professors) working within the field of life sciences.
In this course you will learn about how to fill in a Data Management Plan, gain knowledge about safe storage and archiving research data, and how to share data with others. Two courses are planned each semester.
This course focuses on the Privacy Act in research and how to handle research data with personal information. In addition you will gain knowledge about research data management and how to fill in a Data Management Plan.
The mission of Software carpentry is to help researchers do more research in less time and with less challenges by teaching the basic data management skills. Read about Software carpentry at UiO.