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Writing a Data Management and Sharing Plan for Grant Applications

April 17th @ 10:00 am - 11:30 am

U.S. Federal funders, and many private funders, require making data associated with grants available for further research. Grant proposals may require data management plans (or Data Management and Sharing plans) that describe how the proposal will meet those requirements.

Need to write a data management plan? Join this workshop to ensure your grant proposal addresses federal guidelines. We will discuss what elements to include in a competitive and compliant Plan, introduce you to the DMPTool to help write your Plan, and discuss how to get feedback on your Plan.

This workshop hosted by Countway Library is open to all researchers and scholars interested in meeting the data management requirements of various federal funding agencies.

InstructorsJulie Goldman, Research Data Services, Countway Library
Meghan Kerr, Archivist and Records Manager, Center for the History of Medicine. Ashley Thomas, Health Science Data and Digital Services Librarian, Countway Library

This is an in-person workshop. Registration is limited and attendees must have a Harvard University ID (HUID) to enter the Countway Library.


Date: April 17th
Time: 10:00 am - 11:30 am
Calendars: School-wide Events, University-wide Events
Event types: Lectures / Seminars / Forums, Trainings and Workshops


Longwood Campus
Countway Library, Classroom L1-028
In Person