Welcome! If you are here looking for information about the NIH Data Management Sharing policy and planning resources, there is some information in this guide but we have created a dedicated guide on this topic with more detailed information:
The UNM Library's Research Data Services Program provides a wide variety of services in support of effective research data planning, management, preservation, discovery and use. In addition to consultation and support services, the RDS team also provides support for several key research data infrastructure capabilities that are maintained by the Library for use by UNM's research community. The information below provides more detailed information about all of our team's consultation, support and infrastructure services - all aligned with the full research lifecycle as illustrated here.
The remaining sections of this research guide provide much more specific information and access to resources related to research data planning, management, sharing and preservation.
We are here to help research team develop the most effective plans for managing their research data and in developing the written data management plans that most funding agencies now require as part of funding proposals submitted for their consideration.
Working in data intensive research areas often requires access to data developed and shared by others. The Research Data Services team in the University Libraries is here to help you in your research activities.
Effective research data management often involves thinking about what the entire workflow from initial data acquisition, through analysis and visualization, to publication and sharing. The RDS team in UNM's Libraries is here to help in supporting your end-to-end data management process.
Integration of research data products into LoboVault, including batch import of large data collections
Support for integration of research data into other repositories
Research data management is a continuously evolving discipline in which continuous learning and practice of new skills and strategies is the norm. UNM's RDS team works very hard to stay abreast of ongoing developments in the field and is provides training and instruction for classes, lab groups and individuals in a wide variety of subject areas.
General and Custom Data Management Traning Sessions:
Dryad is a general data repository for which UNM has an institutional membership. Our membership supports:
UNM's Institutional Membership in Dryad is supported by the New Mexico EPSCoR Program through funding by the National Science Foundation (NSF) award #OIA-1757207.
LoboGit is a collaborative environment for shared software code development based on the Git version control system. It supports:
The UNM Digital Repository is the university's Institutional Repository for archival storage of research data, publications, documents, and documentation. It supports: