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Guide to Research Data Management

For Assistance:

Sherry Mahnken
Research Librarian, College of Arts, Sciences, and Education
(573) 341-7843
Michael Lewis
Research Librarian, College of Engineering and Computing
(573) 341-7839
Georgette Nicolosi
Research Librarian, Kummer College of Innovation, Entrepreneurship, and Economic Development
(573) 341-4228
Roger Weaver
Director, Scholarly Communications
(573) 341-4221

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Research Data Management (RDM) are all the actions need to ensure that your data is secure, easy to find, understandable, and can be accessed and reused, not only during your research project but also over the longer term.


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