Lauren Reinhalter and Gina Shelton
Data management, the process of organizing and curating research data throughout the life cycle, is a fundamental activity that ensures use and reuse of data now and in the future. One way academic librarians can support this research activity is to teach faculty how to manage their data. In this poster, the administration, content and delivery of two web-based Data Management Curricula are compared and contrasted. The selected curricula include MANTRA from the University of Edinburgh, and the New England Collaborative Data Management Curriculum (NECDMC) from the University of Massachusetts Medical School.