Research data management is an integral part of good research practice and this website provides the support and guidance for effectively managing research data.
This guidance will help you plan, create and organise, store and access, preserve, publish and share your research data, to ensure it remains safe and valuable in the long term, and to help comply with data policies from research funders, publishers, and the University of Salford
This content was written with reference to guidance provided by the UK Data Archive, DataCite, the Digital Curation Centre, JISC, the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and the universities of Bath, Bristol, Cambridge, Leeds, Leicester, Nottingham, Oxford and Sheffield, and:
Corti, L., Van den Eynden, V., Bishop, L. and Woollard, M. (2014). Managing and sharing research data: a guide to good practice. London: SAGE Publications
Pryor, G. (2012). Managing research data. London: Facet Publishing