Using the WashU DMPTool to Write a Data Management and Sharing Plan
The DMPTool is a free web-based tool created and maintained by the California Digital Library (CDL) that provides researchers with general boilerplate text and guidance based on specific funding-agency requirements in a simple-to-use online template to help write a Data Management and Sharing Plan (DMSP).
In this information session Seonyoung Kim from the Bernard Becker Medical Library and Jennifer Moore from the University Libraries will walk you through the steps involved in using the DMPTool to write a DMSP (focusing on the NIH and NSF templates), and how to get feedback from the WashU DMPTool admins directly from the DMPTool.
About Love Data Week
During Love Data Week we celebrate all things data, sharing resources and making connections to help ensure that all students and scholars at WashU are able to access, analyze, and utilize data.