Research Datamanagement

 

Research Datamanagement


Center for Humanities Computing offers tools for storing, sharing and analyzing research data

Arts offers researchers assistance in storing research data, which, for example, must collaborate on sensitive data or require special tools for documentation and analysis.

Center for Humanities Computing supports the creation of shared drives (GDPR compliant), setting up servers for research projects and developing research tools. The center can also provide technical descriptions of AU's storage in connection with applications for data access and research grants.

Inquiry via  http://chcaa.io/#/contact

AU Library provides help with documenting and handling research data

Several funding schemes make demands on your research data. Are you asked to explain the handling of data during and after your research project? Are you encouraged to make your research data available to as many people as possible based on the principle of "as open as possible, as closed as necessary"?

AU Library supports researchers in relation to handling research data and drawing up data management plans. We are always ready to answer questions, assist you with your data management plan or otherwise guide you in where and how to find and reuse data, or where and how you can store and share your data.

Ask your contact librarian or contact Katrine Düring Davidsen for more information.