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Research Data Management at MSVU

by Denyse Rodrigues on 2024-05-10T16:34:40-03:00 | 0 Comments

Are you working with or curating data for an upcoming research project? Are you hoping to secure Tri-Agency (NSERC, CIHR, SSHRC) grant funding? Let the library and the Research Office help you implement research data management (RDM) into your project!

RDM is a requirement from the Tri-Agency for successful grant applications, and the Mount is here to support researchers in meeting RDM obligations set by NSERC, CIHR, and SSHRC. Whether you have questions on depositing your research data in a data repository such as Borealis, or creating a data management plan for your project, or anything else RDM, we are here to help!

Contact Selena MacDonald, Data Services Librarian ( with any questions or to book a one-on-one appointment. Any information regarding upcoming events, workshops, or initiatives to support RDM will be posted here!

Feel free to explore the below links for more information about RDM services at the Mount.

Call for RDM Implementation Committee Members

If you are interested in getting more involved with RDM initiatives at MSVU, consider joining the MSVU RDM Implementation Sub-Committee as a faculty champion! We are hoping to expand the awareness of RDM supports across campus with the help of faculty members who are interested in sharing RDM with their respective departments. This is a low-threshold committee, and we would love for you to join us and provide your input on how RDM services can better support you and your colleagues!

Please contact Selena MacDonald, Data Services Librarian ( or Dr. Jacqueline Gahagan, Associate VP of Research ( for more information. We hope to see you there!

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