Manage your research data to help you:
- avoid theft, loss, accidental disclosure and intellectual property disputes
- save time through efficient data capture, handling and processing
- comply with funding agencies and publisher requirements to make your research data available
- ensure reproducibility of your research outputs
- share and licence your data on project completion, to encourage research collaboration.
Get advice on managing data responsibly, see the research integrity resource sheets, in particular:
You need to understand your data management requirements before starting your project, especially if your research is funded by key bodies— ARC or NHMRC .
Be familiar with the policy that applies to all research undertaken at Griffith.
Think about how your data is:
Your data management plan should be a dynamic document. Start planning.
Can I get access to developers or specialist infrastructure?
eResearch services support the:
- development and ongoing support of research applications and tools
- acquisition of equipment, hardware, software or network resources.
How do I protect sensitive data?
When collecting data that is considered sensitive—for example personal private data, health and medical data, or culturally sensitive data—carefully consider your storage solutions.
Not sure if your data is sensitive? Check these information security classification examples (Griffith staff and students only).
Find information and support for all aspects of your copyright compliance obligations.
For help with your research technology, data science and technical infrastructure needs.
Office for research
For help with research grant funding opportunities, ethical and IP matters.
Attend a workshop targeted to support you throughout the research lifecycle.
Griffith research online
Make your research visible and open using the University repository.