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April 18, 2024
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Recording: DataWorks! Salon Struggling to Select a Data Repository? Let Us Guide You!

Curious about where to share research data?  

View the RECORDING of the recent March 20 Salon to learn the best practices for finding the right place to share and preserve your research data.  

Presenters are Seonyoung Kim, PhD, senior support scientist at Washington University School of Medicine; and Nina Exner, PhD, research data librarian at Virginia Commonwealth University.

This salon will feature…

  • an overview of NIH policy requirements for data repositories,
  • how your data type impacts repository choice,
  • guidance on selecting a suitable repository, and
  • resources to help you select the repository that works best for your research.

Elevate your data management practices and make informed decisions. Don't miss out on this opportunity!

LISTEN TO RECORDING

For monthly topics see DataWorks! Salon Page here

 

Related DataWorks! Help Desk Guides 

Did you know?  
Our Help Desk features more than 40 guides to support research data management. 

A new how-to guide on selecting a data repository for bioscience research is now available. The National Institutes of Health (NIH) recommends sharing data through a data repository.

This guide offers information about data repositories and an algorithm to help you choose where to deposit your data.

Information includes:

  • funder requirements for data storage and repositories,
  • flowchart for selecting a repository,
  • tools and resources to find repositories, and
  • desirable characteristics of repositories.

Search our Help Desk knowledge base to see all our helpful guides.