Research Data Management
All UNE researchers, including HDR candidates, have responsibilities when it comes to ensuring the value and integrity of research data.
The University Library offers a number of services to help you effectively manage research data at all stages of the research lifecycle and enjoy the value of research data as a recognised research output.
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Digital Object Identifier (DOI) issuing
The University Library can issue DOIs for research data collections, which can help researchers track citations and build an online profile. For more information, contact the Library's Research Advisory and Engagement Services team.
UNE's repository for research publications and research data is RUNE. The Library can help you create a metadata record for your completed research data that will increase its discoverability and help comply with funding and publication standards. Should you require open access for your research data collection, the Research Advisory and Engagement Services (RAES) team can also help with this.
The Library's Research Advisory and Engagement Services team is a great first point of contact for any questions about managing, storing and sharing research data and creating a metadata record.
You will find below a number of resources with helpful information on managing research data:
- Managing research data - Pryor, Graham
- Managing and Sharing Research Data - Louise Corti; Matthew Woollard; Veerle Van den Eynden; Libby Bishop [PDF]
- Strasser, C. (2015) Research Data Management - a publication of the National Information Standards Organisation.
- (2011) Dealing with data [special issue]. Science 331(6018). 11 February 2011.
- Molloy, J.C. (2011) The Open Knowledge Foundation: Open Data Means Better Science. PLoS Biol 9(12): e1001195. doi:10.1371/journal.pbio.1001195
More information can also be found at UNE Libguides.