You could look at examples of what other institutions have developed, e.g.:
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On 16 Jan 2014, at 16:48, Lawrence Jones wrote:
We're a small medical institution and, like many universities, are tackling the issue of how to manage our research data. Before I investigate the issue of cloud storage options, high-performance computing etc. I'd like to 'keep it real' and develop some brief pages for our library website which introduce our researchers to the concept of RDM, why it's important (funder reqs etc.), and provide introductory guidance on what they can do to improve the management of and access to the data they handle (e.g. data management plans; ethics etc.). I'd also like to point them to a few external resources such as the DCC website. For want of a better phrase, I'm looking to see what 'light touch RDM' web pages libraries have put together out there so that I can get ideas about what type of information we need to include.
Can anyone help?
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