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# Glossaries ## Three glossaries written by librarians for librarians to support their NIH DMSP support efforts **Grant Speak in Context** – This short guide outlines the NIH grant-seeking process, including common terms at each stage to help librarians new to the NIH funding environment become more familiar with terminology used in grant-seeking. For a more comprehensive list of terms see the Grant Glossary for Librarians **Grant Glossary for Librarians** – This comprehensive document is intended for librarians who may not be familiar with the NIH Grant Application process. It may be especially helpful if you are short on time, need to help with a DMSP, and/or have not read the entire policy for the NIH Data Management and Sharing Plan, NOT-OD-21-013. The glossary offers easy access to in depth definitions within the grant environment, to help familiarize yourself with the requirements. **Data Terms related to the NIH DMS Plan and Policy** – This document contains terms listed, as you encounter them in the required six Elements of a Data Management and Sharing Plan. It was designed to be used for interpretation/translation alongside policy documentation. This resource helps to increase your knowledge and ability to communicate about specific concerns your researchers may have about their DMSP. ## Contents * [Data Terms related to the NIH DMS Plan and Policy]( * [Grant Glossary for Librarians]( * [Grant Speak in Context]( ## Contributors * Andrea Denton, University of Virginia Health System, * Nina Exner, Virginia Commonwealth University, * Marla Hertz, University of Alabama at Birmingham, * Dani LaPreze, University of Louisville, * Christine Nieman, University of Maryland Baltimore, * Cynthia Sheffield, National Institutes of Health Library, ## Recommended Citation Denton, A., Exner, N., Hertz, M., LaPreze, D., Nieman, C., & Sheffield, C. (2022). *Glossaries*. Working Group on NIH DMSP Guidance.
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