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CANARIE Research Data Management Software

May 16, 2018 at 1:00 PM

Audience:Anyone

Research data management in Canada is evolving. While some elements that support RDM have been developed, there are still significant gaps in the ecosystem. CANARIE conducted a community consultation to identify these gaps and priority areas for software development. The community’s responses were assessed by CANARIE’s Research Data Management Advisory Committee and eight themes were identified as priority areas for the development of software tools (more detail on these areas may be found in call documents):

  • Enriching (Meta)Data and Discovery
  • Federated Repositories/Interoperability
  • Domain-specific Repositories
  • Data Deposit and Curation
  • Preservation
  • Persistent IDs/Citability
  • Data Access and Analytics
  • Data Privacy and Security

This call focuses on projects that respond to gaps in these theme areas.

“Effective research data management is critical for the collaborative and multidisciplinary research needed to create new knowledge that drives innovation,” says Dr. David Castle, Vice President, Research at the University of Victoria and a member of the CANARIE Board of Directors and Research Data Management Advisory Committee. “We thank the community for helping to identify areas in the RDM ecosystem that can be strengthened through the development of new software tools.”

This call for proposals closes on June 20th. More detailed information on the call, including scoring criteria, FAQs and supporting documents may be found here. Additionally, interested participants are invited to attend an informational webinar to discuss and ask questions about the call. Participants may register for the webinar of their choice by using the links below: