Funding agencies are increasingly requiring that grant applications include plans that cover topics such as knowledge mobilization, research data management, and long-term preservation. York University Libraries (YUL) offer a range of services and support that can facilitate grant-funded research. From data management planning to digital publishing and impact measurement, we provide the expertise and infrastructure to allow faculty members to create, organize, share, and preserve research outputs.
We are pleased to offer a suite of in-kind contributions to grant proposals, intended to support grant applications submitted by York researchers. This document outlines the range of research services and support offered by YUL and provides in-kind values for these operations. In cases where additional customization or dedicated services are required, we can help determine what additional costs should be included in your funding proposal.
- Important Note: The costs outlined here are only provided as a guideline and are not guaranteed to be available for your project. A formal commitment to support your grant is contingent upon available capacity and requires a letter of support from YUL, signed by the Dean of Libraries.
If you are interested in incorporating these services into your grant application, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange a consultation meeting.
This web page was inspired by and adapted from University of Victoria Libraries’ Library Services for Grant-Funded Research Projects, which is available under a Creative Commons Attribution 2.0 generic licence.