With the release of the Tri-Agency Research Data Management Policy, researchers will be required to implement data management practices.
- Research data are an important research output and the agencies believe that data collected through the use of public funds should be responsibly and securely managed and, where ethical, legal and commercial obligations allow, be available for reuse by others.
- To this end, the agencies support the FAIR (Findable, Accessible, Interoperable, and Reusable) guiding principles for research data management and stewardship.
This webpage offers solutions to help researchers be good data stewards.
Data management plans
Deposit your data in a repository
We recommend using a discipline-specific repository or one that is mandated by funding agencies or journals.
Find research data repositories from various academic disciplines using:
If you are not using a discipline-specific repository, here are our recommendations: