Research data management

What is research data management?
Research Data Management (RDM) is the term for the lifecycle of research data stewardship. RDM includes the processes of collecting, documenting, storing, sharing, and preserving research data.

Research Data Management helps researchers meet ethical and legal requirements of the university, funders, and legislation. It can also help increase the exposure of research outcomes.

Learn more about Research Data Management at RRU below.
Circle diagram showing the iterative nature of the research data lifecycle

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