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Data Management Services

Guide to Hosting, Collecting & Working with Data: Overview

With Digital Commons @ Georgia Southern, the library provides a secure infrastructure for collecting, managing, and securely storing many types of "working" data with flexible access controls and no storage limits. Likewise, you may need to provide limited public access to working data during the active phase of research. 

Hosting your "working" data in Digital Commons at Georgia Southern may also facilitate curating and sharing your data when the time comes. For an example of how researchers are using Digital Commons to manage and distribute "working" data while meeting IRB requirements, see this video:

 

Data Management and the IR as a Teaching Tool at Illinois Wesleyan from bepress on Vimeo.

 

For help determining whether Digital Commons @ Georgia Southern is the right home to store your "working" data, contact Jeffrey Mortimore, Discovery Services Librarian

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"Working" Data Best Practices

For more information on best practices for working with data during the active phase of your research, take advantage of the following resources related to collecting and working with research data. Planning and implementing good data collection strategies early will ease the process of sharing your data later.

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For more information, contact the Digital Commons Team at (912) 478-4056 or digitalcommons@georgiasouthern.edu. A member of the Digital Commons Team will contact you as soon as possible during regular business hours.

Portions of this guide are adapted from the Cornell University Research Data Management Services Group website under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.