How to write a DMP - webinar materials

2017-01-06T14:46:58Z (GMT) by Georgina Parsons
<div>These are the slides and supporting documents used in Cranfield University's "How to write a DMP" webinar. (It's also run as a workshop in expanded format, see links.) The audience is both doctoral students and research staff.</div><div><br></div><div><b>Workshop overview</b></div><div>Before starting to collect/create data during a research project, it is important to have a data management plan (DMP) in place, as good preparation ensures you will manage your data most efficiently. Doctoral students are required to create a DMP and most research councils require a DMP to be submitted with grant proposals; Cranfield University policy requests that all research projects use a DMP. </div><div><br></div><div>This webinar talks you through the required content of a DMP with time in each section for you to begin drafting your own content and ask questions.</div><div><br></div><div><b>Intended learning outcomes (ILOs)</b></div><div>After attending the session attendees will be able to: </div><div>• explain what a data management plan is;</div><div>• summarise why a DMP is important;</div><div>• list data management elements to consider when writing a DMP;</div><div>• find further help and support.<br><br></div><div>These map to sub-domains C1 and D2 of the RDF.</div>