Last Updated: Aug 24, 2015
A Data Management Plan (DMP) is the part of a grant proposal where researchers describe the types of data they will collect and how they plan to maintain and share that data.
The University Libraries has teamed up with the Office of Research and with Information Technology Services (ITS) to provide faculty with guidance in preparing a DMP.
- Old Dominion University Policy #5350 Research and Scholarly Digital Data Management Policy
- DMP Tool
DMPTool is an online tool developed to help researchers generate, manage, store, and share their data management plans. It helps create ready to use plans for individual funding bodies, displays funder requirements, includes funder templates, and provides step-by-step instructions on DMP's as they are being created. Saved DMP's can be edited, updated and reused. Links to ODU-specific information are also available on DMPTool.
From the DMP Tool Homepage, select Get Started in the upper right. Select Old Dominion University from the Institution list. Login using your MIDAS user name and password.
For questions about DMPTool, please contact George Fowler at firstname.lastname@example.org
- Old Dominion University DMP Guidance Document
Includes a set of questions to consider when preparing a DMP.
- What to Include in a Data Management Plan (DMP)
A framework and checklist, including some approved wording, for developing a basic data management plan. For a more detailed framework, see the DMPTool.
- Data Transfer Agreement Template
Non-ODU researchers who wish to request access to an ODU principal investigators research data will need to complete this form. Contact Brent Edington, Director of Licensing and Patents, at 757-683-5052 or email email@example.com
for more information.
Contact Topher Lawton, Science Librarian, at firstname.lastname@example.org or via Microsoft Lync.
Alternately, contact George Fowler, Associate University Librarian, at 757-683-5904 or email email@example.com