The Planning stage consists of determining what data will be used and what costs and risks are involved with managing the data throughout the research data lifecycle.
Development of a data management plan will help determine what documentation is needed, how to securely manage the data throughout the research data lifecycle, including collection, storage, backups, analysis, collaboration and upon completion of the research project, preservation and final disposal.
|Research Data Management Subject Guide||All||--||Off campus|
|Faculty Web Sites||Faculty, Staff, Students||Internal/Public||Off campus|
|Document Manager||All||Highly Sensitive||Off campus|
|Google Workspace (students only)||Students||Internal/Public||Off campus|
|Consultation services for using the Computing Simulation and Landmark Visualization Facility||All||Highly Sensitive||Off campus|
|Researcher Portal||All||--||Off campus|
|Consultation services for using the Siku High Performance Computation Cluster||All||Internal/Public||Off campus|
|Microsoft 365||All||Highly Sensitive||Off campus|
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