The CARE Principles for Indigenous Data Governance are people and purpose-oriented, reflecting the crucial role of data in advancing Indigenous innovation and self-determination. These principles complement the existing FAIR principles encouraging open and other data movements to consider both people and purpose in their advocacy and pursuits. (from website)
Funding bodies increasingly require applicants and grant-holders to develop and implement data management plans. Plans typically state what data will be created and how; outline the plans for sharing and preservation; and indicate any restrictions that may need to be applied. This page outlines how ICT can help.
MANTRA is a free, online, non-assessed course with guidelines to help you understand and reflect on how to manage the digital data you collect through your research. It has been crafted for the use of post-graduate students and early career researchers. From the University of Edinburgh.
This toolkit aims to support you by signposting resources from a wide range of websites and organizations, sorted by topic and audience. created by Jisc, an organization that provides digital solutions for UK education and research.
A series of short videos to introduce the basics of using the Federated Research Data Repository (FRDR), including setting up an account, and uploading and downloading datasets using Globus File Transfer. Designed by Portage Network.