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# About this workshop ## Description: Researchers, do you have an upcoming grant application that requires you to write a data management or data sharing plan? Are you striving to maintain well-organized research projects? In this workshop, we will cover the components of good data management plans with a particular eye toward NIH data sharing requirements. Participants will also be introduced to DMPTool, an online platform which provides plan templates and guidance from most major funders. Additionally, we will be providing participants with time during the workshop to work on plans for their own projects and ask questions and receive guidance from the instructors. ## Learning Objectives 1. Understand why we write Data Management Plans 2. Learn how to register for and use DMPTool 3. Explore the elements of a Data Management Plan ## Duration: 45 min ## Prerequisites: none ## Related classes: 1. [Best Practices for Research Data Management](https://osf.io/ad2rh/) 2. [Getting Connected to your Data – A Reproducible Workflow for Data Wrangling](https://osf.io/mwcve/)
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