Research Data Management Strategy Development at York
In March 2021, Canada’s federal granting agencies launched the Tri-Agency Research Data Management (RDM) Policy. The Tri-Agency policy includes requirements related to institutional research data management (RDM) strategies, data management plans (DMPs), and data deposit. The Open Access Open Data Steering Committee is currently engaged in a broad community consultation process with York University stakeholders to produce an institutional RDM strategy by the Tri-Council deadline of March 1, 2023.
Make a plan
Beginning summer of 2023, a limited number of Tri-Council grants will require the submission of a DMP (data management plan) as part of the application package. Need to create a data management plan? Create an account with DMP Assistant, a nationally-endorsed tool for effective data stewardship.
To deposit data with Borealis and the York University Dataverse, please follow the instructions listed in the following guides:
- Depositing Data in the York University Dataverse: A Quick Guide
- York University Dataverse Deposit Submission Guide
- York University Dataverse Account FAQ for Researchers
To learn more about the York University Dataverse, please consult our data deposit guidelines and collections policy:
Upcoming and Archived Workshops
York University Libraries Workshops
Create a Data Management Plan (DMP) for Your Research Project March 4, 2024, 1:00-2:30pm
Publishing Your Research Data in a Data Repository March 18, 2024, 10:00am-12:00pm
Safeguarding Your Research Data February 28, 2024, 12:00-1:30pm
McGill Data Anonymization Workshop Series [recordings are available at https://www.mcgill.ca/drs/training]
The Digital Research Alliance of Canada Webinars
What is "open data" anyway? An introduction to licensing and copyright for research data in Canada (November 7, 2023. The workshop recordings (English and French) and presentation slides (English and French) are now available. There is also a document with the links shared in chat during the presentation. )
Participants of this workshop will have an understanding of the basic principles of copyright, how it works, and where it applies. Participants will be able to describe the benefits of open licensing and the basics of how Creative Commons licenses work, have a deeper understanding of how research data interacts with copyright and open licensing, and know where to find additional information and resources.
An introductory webinar series on digital research tools, from February 14–17. This series showcased tools for textual analysis, programming and more.
Compute Ontario Sponsored Workshops
This is a series of events (hybrid; one solely virtual) which tie RDM to advanced research computing infrastructure and specifically the use of the Alliance’s instance of JupyterHub. JupyterHub as an ELN can effectively promote reproducible RDM practices. This training also has tied in an exciting TDM of newspapers workshop that will also be tied to JupyterHub.
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