Data Management Plan

The disciplines of science, social sciences, business, and digital humanities all depend on finding, using, analyzing, and re-using data. Data include survey results, equipment and sensor readings, experiment results, traffic counts, computer code, digitized text, and more.

Designated library staff can consult with researchers about writing a data plan, managing data, and sharing data.

Because the University Libraries is a partner in the Washington Research Library Consortium (WRLC), we benefit from sharing expertise in data management, digital formats, preservation, and metadata with colleagues at eight other research universities.

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Need a consultation? Contact Kevin Gunn, Coordinator of Digital Scholarship,