RDM is an essential skill for researchers from all disciplines and in every setting. Get familiar with the opportunities it creates, the UHasselt RDM policy plan, and funder requirements.
Research Data Management (RDM) refers to the way research data is managed throughout a research project. RDM is an essential skill for researchers from all disciplines and settings. Find out what's in it for you and get familiar with the Hasselt University RDM policy plan.
Research funders require proper data management for their publicly funded research projects. At the basis of many funders’ data policies lies the requirement to write a Data Management Plan and to make the research data publicly available (where possible).
Optimize your research data management with various applications designed to support you throughout the entire research life cycle: from writing a Data Management Plan to organizing, documenting, storing, securing, preserving and sharing your research data.