The DMP Tool can be used to prepare data management plans required in grant proposals by specific funding agencies.
Click the Get Started! button, select Emory University from the pull-down menu, enter your Emory Network ID and password, and create a new plan. The tool will walk you through each section, allowing you to save and revisit your plans.
Documentation of developments supporting research data management at Emory University Libraries:
Many funding agencies, including the National Science Foundation (NSF), the National Institutes of Health (NIH), and the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH), require a data management plan as a component of grant applications. This requirement encourages researchers to consider in greater detail how their data will be preserved and shared.
Depending on the particular research community, data can include spreadsheets, images, videos, audio files, text files, models, computer software and code, patient records, interview transcripts, survey results, field/lab notes, and physical objects such as artifacts and samples.
Organizing, preserving, and sharing data will:
Need assistance with preparing a data management plan for a grant application? Looking for guidance on how to manage your research data? Research Data Management services at Emory University can help. Please contact us at email@example.com.
Federal agencies with more than $100 million in annual research and development funding are required to facilitate public access to federally funded research, per a directive from the White House in February 2013. As agencies release their plans and provide additional information about the requirements for grant applicants and awardees, we will track the details for Emory researchers at this site: