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<h2><strong>Notes and Documentation</strong></h2> <h4><strong>This is a space included for all your notes and other documentation related to your day-to-day work.</strong></h4> <p>Here you may want to include:</p> <ul> <li>Notes done in your preferred space whether this be through MS Word on your computer, Google drive, or JHBox.</li> <li>Images files, </li> <li>Audio and visual recordings</li> <li>Even snapshots of the paper notes you use...</li> <li>Templates for recording results or observations.</li> <li>This may also be the space where you include any documentation in the form or a codebook, data dictionary or definition of study variables.</li> </ul> <p>You may want to organize different stages of your work in different folders within this component. We recommend following a file-naming convention with the date at the end so that you can easily view your notes chronologically.</p> <p>If you'd like to learn how to utilize a third-party storage service add-on for your notes and documentation see: <a href="http://help.osf.io/m/addons" rel="nofollow"><strong>Using Add-ons</strong></a> for a step-by-step guide.</p> <p>Data Management Services has developed a documentation workbook specifically to aid researchers in creating documentation for their project materials. It is accessible from the link below:<br> <strong><a href="https://jh.box.com/v/RsrchDataDocWorkbook" rel="nofollow">Research Data Documentation Workbook</a></strong></p> <p>For more detailed information about using the OSF interface or to ask further questions about using the template for your lab please contact us at <a href="mailto:datamanagement@jhu.edu"> datamanagement@jhu.edu.</a> <br> or <br> Access the tutorials, FAQs, and support information from <a href="http://help.osf.io/" rel="nofollow">OSF Guides </a>.</p>
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