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Research data management

Research Data Management (RDM) is how you manage your research data. Research data can be any kind of data, both digital and physical, that is generated during your research. RDM involves gathering, organising, storing and managing access data during a project. You also need to decide how to archive, share and publish your data. 

The Library and Office of Research Innovation (ORI) can assist you with RDM, and provide advice on the best course of action. 

There are many RDM policies in place at CDU:  

Records and Information Management Policy and Procedure 

Research Data Management Procedure

For more information, please refer to the Research data management guide.

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