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Research Data Management (RDM): Home

Guide for RDM support

What is Research Data Management?

Research Data Management (RDM) is the organization of data across the entire research lifecycle: from planning, creation/collection, processing, analysis, sharing, preserving, and re-using of that data.

Research data management is relevant to researchers from all specialities and covers many topics, including Data Management Plans (DMPs), data storage, sharing and deposit considerations, and compliance with Tri-Agency and other funder requirements.

RDM Support

See all of our RDM Support resources on the Research Data Management at the Libraries page, in the Help and services section of our website. Consultation appointments and questions via email are always welcome.

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