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Rural Economy and Land Use Programme (Relu): Data Management Planning

Relu's Data Management Planning site has data management planning guidance, template and real-case examples of data management plans from the UK-based cross-disciplinary Rural Economy and Land Use Programme (social, environmental and biological sciences). Relu has its own data management and sharing policy and all funded projects are required to prepare a data management plan when they begin.

University of Minnesota Libraries: Managing Your Data

The University of Minnesota Libraries: Managing Your Data site examines the research data lifecycle and offers tools and solutions for creation, storage, analysis, dissemination, and preservation of data. Includes an extensive list of funding agency guidelines and links to example data management plans.

Australian National University: Data Management

Australian National University: Data Management provides an introduction to the topic, including information from local training courses, a manual on data management, and a data management plan template.

Digital Curation Centre (DCC): DMP Online

DCC's DMP Online is a web-based data management planning tool that assists researchers in creating personalized data management plans according to the requirements of major research funders. Researchers can create, store and update multiple versions of a data management plan at the grant application stage and during the research cycle. Covers UK Research Councils, Wellcome Trust, National Science Foundation (NSF) (partial), and GenInst.

ICPSR: Guidelines for Effective Data Management Plans

The ICPSR Guidelines for Effective Data Management Plans provide a framework for creating a plan (including recommended elements), a list of sample data management plans in a range of disciplines, a list of U.S. federal agency policies, and links to resources.

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