RDM Support @UM

Research Data Management

Maastricht University is committed to making research data Findable, Accessible, Interoperable and Reusable (FAIR).

RDM Guide

Information, best practices and tips for managing your research data throughout your research project.

RDM Support

RDM services, tools and training you can use to find, store, manage, analyse, and share your data.

RDM and FAIR

All about FAIR at Maastricht University

RDM related news and recommended reads

Cross-institutional collaboration and secure access to data stored at DataHub

Cross-institutional collaboration and secure access to data stored at DataHub

SURF Research Access Management (SRAM) is now providing access to DataHub infrastructure
We are looking for a Data Steward who is passionate about Research Data Management

We are looking for a Data Steward who is passionate about Research Data Management

We are looking for a Data Steward to complement our current team of Data Stewards at Maastricht University. As a
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The 9 Golden Rules for good Research Data Management

Check out the 9 Golden Rules for good Research Data Management and get started with managing your research data.

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Community for Data-Driven Insights (CDDI)

Maastricht University fosters the creation of FAIR research data.

All UM research data service providers are joint together in the Community for Data-Driven Insights (CDDI) and support researchers and research groups with all aspects concerning research data management.

This portal provides an overview and easy access to information, support and services provided by the CDDI partners.

The RDM Support @UM portal is maintained by the UM Library in close collaboration with the CDDI partners.

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Contact & Support

 

Contact RDM Support

This RDM Support @UM portal is maintained by the Research Support team of the UM Library. The content is provided and monitored by the CDDI partners.

For questions or support with regards to specific services, please use the contact information provided by the supplier of the service. Use the support form above for all your general questions and remarks. Or if you don’t know who to turn to for support.

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