This page explains:
Subsequent pages in this section of the Toolkit provide more information about each record type and how to complete them.
The Research Data JCU site also includes very extensive help text (click on the ? icons) and prompts for each metadata field.
If you require any assistance please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org for help.
The other colourful tiles link to this Toolkit and to JCU data publications on Research Data Australia.
Next time you login the process will be quicker - just click on the orange AAF button and login with your JCU name and password!
RDMP: Your RDMP should be developed as early as possible in the research project and then amended as changes occur or new information becomes available.
Data Record: During or after a project for any data associated with research outputs, including theses.
Data Publication: During or after a project e.g. thesis/data chapters during the project or at completion.
Your data publication can be embargoed to allow for your traditional outputs to be published first.
Person responsible for managing the research data produced by the project e.g. Advisor (for HDR Candidates) or Lead Investigator (JCU staff)
|Other Data Creators:
Other JCU data creators associated with the research data
JCU collaborators associated with the research project/data
NB. External collaborators may be entered as free text (not in lookup) but they do not access. External collaborators include people or organisations outside JCU that contribute to the project/data.
NB. Information about JCU researchers and research students is sourced from the JCU Research Information Management System and will auto-fill name and email address, as well as an ORCID iD(Open Researcher and Contributor iD) if you have one.
You can find out more about ORCID iDs from the Researcher Profiles, Identifiers and Engagement LibGuide or go directly to the JCU ORCiD linker to connect your JCU identity to your ORCID iD.
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