The disciplines of science, social sciences, business, and digital humanities all depend on finding, using, analyzing, and re-using data. Data include survey results, equipment and sensor readings, experiment results, traffic counts, computer code, digitized text, and more.
Designated CUA Libraries staff can consult with researchers writing a data plan, managing data, and sharing data.
As a partner in the Washington Research Library Consortium (WRLC), CUA Libraries exchange expertise in data management, digital formats, preservation, and metadata with colleagues at eight other research universities.
Follow these links for more information on:
- Data management plan writing
- Training for researchers and graduate students
- Services and sources across the CUA campus for researchers
Send questions or comments to Kimberly Hoffman (firstname.lastname@example.org)