Research Data Network

Research Data Network

Welcome to the Research Data Network. Jisc set up this site for you to exchange information on research data management and related topics within the UK research information management sector.

We have now produced a research data management toolkit https://rdmtoolkit.jisc.ac.uk/

Go there to have your questions about RDM answered and leave us some feedback if you think part of the kit needs updating, or additional resources. You can find hot topics, links from the research data lifecycle and even access your local RDM pages from our toolkit: https://rdmtoolkit.jisc.ac.uk/rdm-for-researchers/

We still want to collect a body of useful resources, help people share up to minute developments, practices and develop new ideas, but the toolkit will be the place to do that. This network site will be closed by end 2018. Most of the material has already been migrated into the toolkit, but our working group will review what's here before closure.

Also, if you are interested, you could get involved with our working group, just get in touch using the free text in the comment form: https://rdmtoolkit.jisc.ac.uk/suggest-an-update/

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How to contribute

First off, you don't need to be a "member" or "subscribe" to make use of the Research Data Network advice, guidance, tools, and so on. All materials placed here are freely available to anyone and all events are open to all those who are interested in Research Data Management.

However, if you want to contribute to the discussions, suggest resources, tools, documents to include or suggest edits to existing materials you will need to register for a readme.io account. Registering is free and can be done "on the fly".

Registering allows to you to:

How to register

All Pages have a Log In link in the top right corner. To register, click on this link and select the sign up option. (if you try and post a comment before logging in the same dialogue appears).

Enter your details and click on Sign Up.

And that's all there is to it (apart from getting an email asking you to confirm your address). You can edit your "profile" at a future date by logging on with the same credentials on the readme.io web site.

How to contribute