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RDM Strategies

Survey on RDM Strategies at Mount Allison University

This survey is run by the ad hoc committee working on the Mount Allison Research Data Management Strategy: Maria Thistle, Director of Research Development, Elizabeth Stregger, Data and Digital Services Librarian, and Lisa Dawn Hamilton, Psychology Dept faculty member.

The Tri-Agency funders are requiring that all institutions develop an Institutional Strategy to guide the commitment to supporting good data management practices among its researchers. As part of this process, we are offering a series of information and training workshops and collecting data about data management practices on campus.

The goal of this survey is to get a sense of the data management practices researchers on campus are currently using, to identify attitudes and preferences about data sharing, and to assess the training offerings needed. The survey should take approximately 10 minutes. The data collected here is anonymous.. Data are collected via LimeSurvey, as secure platform and stored on the Mount Allison University servers.

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