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DMP Tool 5.0 Release

We are excited to share the latest enhancements in the DMP Tool with the 5.0 release. This update marks a shift in our technology, featuring substantial back-end advancements that set the stage for a more robust, efficient, and scalable future.  … Continue reading

Institutions Selected to Pilot Development of Scalable Data-Management Infrastructure

The Association of Research Libraries (ARL) and the California Digital Library (CDL) have selected five institutional teams to pilot the integration or creation of prototypes and possible workflows for machine-actionable data management and sharing plans (maDMSPs). The pilot project will … Continue reading

Call for Institutions to Pilot Development of Scalable Data-Management Infrastructure

The Association of Research Libraries (ARL) and the California Digital Library (CDL) are seeking four institutional teams to pilot the integration or creation of prototypes and possible workflows for machine-actionable data management and sharing plans (maDMSPs). The pilot project will … Continue reading

Association of Research Libraries and California Digital Library Receive Grant to Advance Data Management and Sharing

Cross-posted from ARL News and written by Cynthia Hudson-Vitale | cvitale@arl.org | August 4, 2023 The Association of Research Libraries (ARL) and the California Digital Library (CDL) have received a $668,048 National Leadership Grant from the US Institute of Museum and … Continue reading

Latest DMPTool Release 

The DMPTool team is hard at work developing a suite of new features to facilitate the creation of optimized and structured DMPs. In response to growing federal mandates for data sharing, the DMPTool is focused on supporting these new policies … Continue reading

Supporting the upcoming NIH data sharing requirements with the DMPTool

Immediately following the new NIH Policy for Data Management and Sharing (DMS) announcement, academic medical centers started to contact the DMPTool team with questions about how best to prepare for the pending policy change. These centers faced new and seemingly … Continue reading