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Research Services & Digital Strategies help UM faculty and researchers manage, store and share the scholarly work they produce.

Together with institutional partners including UM REBs, the UM Office of Research ServicesUM Information Services and Technology, Access and Privacy Office and the Copyright Office,  we provide institution-wide solutions for improving data management practices for current and emerging funder requirements for data management planning. 

UM Libraries, through librarian representation, collaborate with national research data management initiatives with the Canadian Association of Research Libraries (CARL), COPPUL, Research Data Canada, Portage Network and others.

Make a plan

Store your data

  • Organize your files
  • Back up and secure your data
  • Use documentation & metadata
  • Use file formats for long-term access

Share your data

  • Find a data repository
  • Meet journal requirements