Research Data Management Program
Connecting members of the Harvard community to services and resources that span the research data lifecycle
What We Do
The Harvard Library Research Data Management Program connects members of the Harvard community to services and resources that span the research data lifecycle, to help ensure that Harvard’s multi-disciplinary research data is findable, accessible, interoperable, and reusable (FAIR).
Who We Serve
Harvard Departments and Libraries
We provide Harvard departments and libraries with research data consultation, curation, instruction, and project support services.
World-wide Research Data Management Community
We connect with the growing international data community to advance and refine RDM practice, and invite you to follow us on Twitter.
Online Research Data Seminars
Learn about the research data lifecycle and how to write a data management plan. See what data management in action looks like. Our growing series of short, online seminars can teach you what you need to know, all at your own pace.
RDM@HarvardLibrary on Twitter
- Close out the 8th Annual #FairUseWeek right: Read @tceles_B_hsup & @meredithjacob's “Creation is Not a Closed Book Exam: Developing the Best Practices in #FairUse for Open Educational Resources" hosted on @HarvardLibrary @oscharvard's blog! #OER t.co/KMvnjCVQ2j t.co/ckMfJUWHeX
- Great news for @protocolsIO & @OSFramework users! t.co/BaPSkHmO8S
Harvard Dataverse on Twitter
- Journal of Slavery and Data Preservation Issue 2 is out now! #JSDP #EnslavedOrg Using FAIR Principles will "make other existing datasets resources more findable, accessible, interoperable, and reusable for scholarly and general interest audiences." t.co/XhHdLoxXPu t.co/XQPh2kb68S
- Register now for this FREE webinar hosted by #CLIRPostdocs about projects, approaches, and practices that advance research sharing for reproducibility and reuse. Feb. 10 - 1PM ET - t.co/W3SfH8DwHV #ReusableResearch #OpenScience #OpenResearch #reproducibility t.co/3sssj6Pvl1