|On this page, you'll find options for creating plans to manage your data. Data management plans consist of descriptions of the data that will be compiled, how the data will be managed, and how it will made accessible throughout its lifetime. Funding agencies increasingly require the inclusion of a data management plan with grant proposals. Requirements can vary by funding agency and even by announcement within a particular agency. It's important to look at the requirements for your particular announcement when developing your data management plan. Tools like the DMP Tool help users understand their data management needs and create plans that meet requirements.|
The Office for the Vice President for Research provides programs and services to support UK faculty, staff, and students in grant development & submission, compliance and regulatory affairs, development of intellectual property, and to highlight their research achievements.
UK Office for Research Integrity
The UK ORI provides support for various Institutional Review Boards (IRB) and the Radioactive Drug Research Committee (RDRC). The office also maintains the UK Data Retention & Ownership Policy. For more information, please call 859-257-9428.
UK Proposal Development Office
The UK PDO provides wide-ranging support to faculty, staff, and students across all stages of their grant and fellowship applications. For more information, please call 859-257-2861.
Set of best practices for reusable data, including (among many): protocols, data conventions, and descriptive principles. Although these guidelines for creating data packages focus on Dryad specifically, many of the stated principles apply universally.
F = Findable • A = Accessible • I = Interoperable • R = Reusable
Curated, informative and educational resource on data and metadata standards -- inter-related to databases and data policies.
For more information, see the Data Sources at UK Libraries guide.
The Good Research Practice Resource Center provides tools and leads conversations to develop and support research processes that enhance data quality, integrity, and reproducibility.
The Center has developed and maintains a register of standard operating procedures and protocol templates that can be adapted for use in various research applications including, but not limited to:
General Questions: 859-323-4285
This in-depth guide to managing social science data can answer many questions about preserving and making data available.
This site provides an overview of data management planning and preparation and offer practical methods to successfully share and archive your data.
Regulatory Closeout Support Services. From UK Center of Clinical & Translational Science (CCTS).
Confidential Mixed Media. From Campus Physical Plant Division.
Destruction of Records. From UK Libraries SCRC Records Management.
State Agency Records Retention Schedule. From Kentucky Department for Libraries and Archives, Archives and Records Management Division: