Preparing and Complying with the New NIH Data Management and Sharing (DMS) Policy
Faculty: Marlowe Bogino, Clinical and Reference Librarian and Ben Saracco, Digital Humanities and Social Sciences Librarian
- Understand what the purpose and aspects of the NIH (National Institutes of Health) data policy are
- Learn key elements provided within the NIH policy.
- Learn about tools and Resources to assist with how to prepare and submit a data management plan to NIH.
- Learn what resources and Rowan libraries resource/ services that are available to assist with data management.
The 2003 NIH Data Sharing Policy has been revised, and the new policy goes into effect on January 25, 2023. In January 2023, the US National Institutes of Health (NIH) will begin requiring researchers who obtain funds from them to include a data-management plan in their grant applications and to eventually make their data publicly available.
This workshop is geared to those participating in NIH-funded research and those who simply are interested in learning more about this policy, which the NIH believes will accelerate research and discovery by increasing accessibility to data. This workshop will provide information on the policy and will highlight important features of it. Attendees will come away with a list of resources and tools to assist with understanding how to best comply with this new policy, as well as knowledge about Rowan library-specific tools and services that are available to assist with data management. This workshop is open to all students, researchers, medical students, clinicians, and staff members.
Skill levels for attendees: Little to no experience, Some experience
Software requirements: None
- Thursday, February 2, 2023
- 2:00pm - 3:00pm
- Marlowe Bogino & Benjamin Saracco
- Online via WebEx
- Scholarly Communication