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).

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Harvard Library Data Services Network

Services & Tools

Instruction

Harvard Research Data Management Gateway

Who We Serve

Researchers

We partner with organizations at Harvard and beyond to provide Harvard resaerchers with data services and tools as well as instruction.

Harvard Departments and Libraries

We provide Harvard departments and libraries with research data consultation, curation, instruction, and project support services.

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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.

Recent News

Summer Online RDM Mini-Workshops are back!

May 25, 2022
Blue and green neural network in the background with the text "Gearing up for 2023: Tips for the New NIH Data Management and Sharing Policy"We are gearing up for the 2023 NIH Data Management & Sharing Policy with data experts providing their insights and services to help you write and implement a successful DMP. These are free, open sessions featuring short presentations and provide an opportunity for discussion with the research data community. Workshop slides and video recordings can be found on the Open Science Framework.

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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.

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