Portage Insights Reports: Budgets, Structures, and Strategies
CARL Portage is pleased to share the first of a series of Insights Reports, examining resource allocations for research data management in Canadian research institutions. This first report examines institutional budgets, policies, and organizational structures currently being leveraged for developing RDM capacity.
Insights Reports are produced by Portage’s Research Intelligence Expert Group and provide in-depth analysis of topics covered in last year’s survey evaluating the efforts of Canadian research institutions in developing and allocating human, organizational, infrastructure, and fiscal resources for research data management on their campuses.
Learn more about the RDM Capacity Survey
For more information, contact:
Chair, RIEG Institutional Capacity Working Group
University Of Manitoba
Director, Portage Network
The Research Intelligence Expert Group gathers evidence to guide the development of best practices in Research Data Management in Canada, and informs stakeholder communities about existing and arising issues in related policies and practices.
About CARL and Portage:
The Canadian Association of Research Libraries (CARL) provides leadership on behalf of Canada’s research libraries, promotes effective and sustainable knowledge creation, dissemination, and preservation, and enhances its members’ capacity to advance research and higher education. CARL members include Canada’s 29 largest university libraries and two federal institutions. CARL has launched Portage, comprising a library-based network of expertise on Research Data Management (RDM) and national platforms for planning, preserving, and discovering research data.
Funding in support of the Portage Research Data Management (RDM) Network is administered through CANARIE.