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Data Management Services: Overview

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Publish Your Data

Studies show that sharing your research data increases your impact. Partner with the library to take your data public, through Digital Commons @ Georgia Southern, OpenICPSR, or whatever data repository best fits your data.


Upcoming Workshops

See our current schedule of spring 2017 lunch-N-leans and workshops, or register for a one-hour Introduction to ICPSR anytime.‚Äč


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Significant 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.

Data Resources & Services throughout the Research Lifecycle


Plan & Propose

To get the most out of your data, plan early how you will collect, use, and share it. Many funders now require data management plans (DMPs), and many publishers require that data be made publicly available.


Create & Collect / Analyze & Assure

Ensure that you are following best practices while actively collecting, caring for, and analyzing your data. Host, secure, and share your "working" data in Digital Commons @ Georgia Southern during the active phase of research.


Prepare & Publish / Curate & Share

Prepare your data for deposit and archiving in a data repository like Digital Commons @ Georgia Southern or OpenICPSR.


Additional Tools

Find additional tools and training for managing your research data.