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***[Webinar Slides & Video Recordings][1]*** **Gearing up for 2023: Data Experts Respond to the DMSP** ===================================================== The Longwood Medical Area (LMA) Research Data Management Working Group (RDMWG) is helping you prepare for the forthcoming NIH Data Management and Sharing Policy. This series includes sessions on the various aspects of data management that will allow you to comply with the policy successfully. Offices from across the university provide their expertise and outline their services available to help: - Harvard Library - Center for the History of Medicine - HMS IT Research Computing - HMS Office for Postdoctoral Fellows - HMS Office of Research Administration - HMS Office for Academic and Research Integrity - HSPH Office of Regulatory Affairs and Research Compliance **Summer RDM Mini-Workshops** ------------------------- View slides and video recordings for each session: - [NIH Data Management and Sharing: What's it all about?][2] - [Budgeting for Data Management: What can I include in my grant?][3] - [Achieving FAIR Data: Selecting a Repository for Your Data][4] - [Digging into Harvard Dataverse: Facilitate Access to NIH-funded Research][5] - [Getting the Most out of Your Data: Standards to Find, Interpret & Share Data][6] - [Writing a Data Management Plan with DMPTool: Tools, Tips, and Tricks][7] - [I've Generated Data, Now What?: The When, Where, and How of Data Storage][8] - [Understanding My Data Management Role: How to Comply with the NIH Policy][9] - [Do Right by Your Data: Defeating Bias(es) in the Multiverse of Research][10] - [Oops! (I Did It Again): Issues with Human Subjects Research Data][11] [1]: [2]: [3]: [4]: [5]: [6]:,%20Interpret%20&%20Share%20Data/ [7]:,%20Tips,%20and%20Tricks/ [8]: [9]: [10]: [11]:!%20%28I%20Did%20It%20Again%29:%20Issues%20with%20Human%20Subjects%20Research%20Data/
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