The JHU Libraries’ Data Services department can help researchers with all their data-sharing needs. New federal agency regulations require open sharing and proper archiving of data related to funded projects.
Open data is a growing area of interest for researchers, institutions, and funders alike. Opening research data leads to greater accessibility and reusability, which increases the transparency and impact of scholarship.
JH Libraries are proud to host two special opportunities during OA Week 2023 to help Hopkins researchers understand new and important aspects of open data management.
- Stephanie Russo Carroll from the University of Arizona will speak at a virtual JHURA Townhall on Indigenous Rights & Open Data: The CARE Principles as a Framework Thursday, October 26th from 12:00 – 1:00 pm.
- Writing your NIH Data Management and Sharing Plan online workshop: Tuesday, October 24, 2023, 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM
We hope you can join us for these special events.
Other events coming soon from Data Services…
- Love Data Week, February 12-16, 2024
- Best Practices for Data Management and Sharing upcoming online workshop (November 28th)
- All About Sharing Data on the Johns Hopkins Research Data Repository upcoming online workshop (December 5th)
To find out more about how Data Services can assist you in complying with grant requirements and making your work open to the world, visit Data Services’ website.