UBC researchers now have access to another respected data repository. In addition to UBC’s Dataverse and the Canadian Federated Research Data Repository (FRDR), and thanks to institutional funding to cover the deposit fees, DRYAD is now a no-fee option for researchers seeking to deposit data either in conjunction with an article publication or at the end of the research project.
UBC Library and Advanced Research Computing have teamed up to find out what is and what is not working for researchers when it comes to Digital Research Infrastructure, whether this be about data management planning, data storage, high performance computing, or data privacy and security.
Following on the Tri-Agency Open Access Policy and after 7 years of consultation and development, the Tri-Agencies are moving into the implementation phase of their Research Data Management (RDM) requirements for researchers.
June 21, 2021
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