Research Data Management

Queen's University Library provides Research Data Management (RDM) services in order to support researchers in meeting grant requirements, produce a more competitive grant application, increase the impact and visibility of their research, encourage the discovery and use of existing data to explore new research questions, better guarantee the data are accurate, complete, authentic, and reliable, ensure long-term preservation of data for future researchers, and ensure compliance with ethics and privacy policies.

Information about RDM services can be found on the RDM LibGuide.

RDM Resources

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painting of Buchan
Library project receives Digitizing Canadian Collections funding

Queen's University Library is pleased to announce that our project, Digital John Buchan, first Baron Tweedsmuir, was successful in receiving funds as part of the National Heritage Digitization Strategy.

Text on orange background: Open Access Week 2018 Designing Equitable Foundations for Open Knowledge October 22-28
Open Access Week 2018

International Open Access Week is October 22 – 28, 2018.   This year's theme is “Designing Equitable Foundations for Open Knowledge”:

Please join us for our events held in Speaker’s corner in Stauffer Library.

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