Monash University's Research Data Management Strategy and Strategic Plan 2012-2015 was publicly released on 13 April 2012.
Monash University Research Data Management Strategy - Version for Public Release is licensed under a http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported License
Background to the strategy
Monash University is a recognised leader world-wide and in Australia for efforts to improve the management of the data generated by and used for research. Research data management milestones since 2006 include:
- the establishment of governance structures that provide leadership and coordination
- development and approval of a research data management policy and associated procedures
- the creation of ongoing and project-based advisory and technical roles dedicated to research data management, and inclusion of data management responsibilities in a wide range of other roles (e.g. subject librarians)
- active programs of professional development that have increased the knowledge and skills of researchers (including higher degree by research students) and professional staff
- establishment of a multi-petabyte research data store, available to all Monash researchers
- deployment and development of a range of discipline-specific and versatile solutions for the management of research data and associated metadata and documentation.
The Research Data Management Strategy and Strategic Plan 2012-2015 outlines an extended program of activities to holistically address technology, professional development and cultural change. The strategy takes as its starting point the following statement of intent.
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