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*Overview of RSCW Support

Contact Us

For questions, more information, or other concerns, please contact any member of the University Libraries Scholarly Communication Department:

Jen Mayer
Head of Scholarly Communication
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Nicole Webber
Scholarly Communication Librarian
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Stephanie Wiegand
Scholarly Publishing Librarian
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Gathering & Managing Data for Your Research

Managing your Data

For help with the data management process from beginning to end, see the Data Management Plans page from the Office of Research, or the library's research guide Research Data Management. You can also seek help from the campus Research Consulting Lab (Stats Lab), which can assist with both data collection and management.

The DMPTool resource offers templates to assist researchers generate data management plans when it comes to the requirements of various funders, such as NSF, NIH, and more.

Gathering Data

If you would like to conduct a survey on campus, see Survey Requests from the Office of University of Assessment.

You can also look through existing data collection instruments with the help of our Surveys, Instruments and Tests library guide.

Existing data is available from various repositories, including the sources below. See your subject librarian if you need further help identifying data sources in your discipline.