Author: mariapraetzellis

Connecting the DMP ID to an ORCID record

Recently we announced that the DMPTool can now generate persistent, unique IDs (the DMP ID) for plans created within the application. Building on this development, we are thrilled to share that the scholarly identifier service for researchers, ORCID, recently adopted … Continue reading

A Brave New PID: DMP-IDs

Cross-posted from DataCite written by Kristian Garza and Matt Buys Original post: https://doi.org/10.5438/j22a-5d79 Despite the challenges over the last year, we are pleased to share some exciting news about launching the brave new PID, DMP IDs. Two years ago we … Continue reading

Call for Submissions to the Inaugural Qualitative Data Management Plan (DMP) Competition

Data Management Plans (DMPs) play an integral role in ensuring that data are collected, organized, stored, and shared responsibly. Qualitative researchers writing such plans frequently ask for examples of excellent DMPs for qualitative research. To respond to this need, and … Continue reading

Interviews on Implementing Effective Data Practices, Part I: Why This Work Matters

Cross-posted from ARL News by Natalie Meyers, Judy Ruttenberg, and Cynthia Hudson-Vitale | October 28, 2020 In preparation for the December 2019 invitational conference, “Implementing Effective Data Practices,” hosted by the Association of Research Libraries (ARL), Association of American Universities … Continue reading

Effective Data Practices: new recommendations to support an open research ecosystem

We are pleased to announce the release of a new report written with our partners at the Association of Research Libraries (ARL), the Association of American Universities (AAU), and the Association of Public and Land-grant Universities (APLU): Implementing Effective Data … Continue reading

DMPTool Funder Templates Updated

We are excited to announce the completion of the first project of our newly established DMPTool Editorial board. As of September 2020, the Board has audited 36 funder templates within the DMPTool and updated the templates when necessary to reflect current … Continue reading