Über DMPonline

Fördergeber verlangen zunehmend die Erstellung von Datenmanagementplänen von den Antragstellern, bzw. Förderempfängern, sowohl in der Antragsphase als auch während der Durchführung. DMPonline wurde vom Digital Curation Centre (UK) erstellt, um es Forschenden zu ermöglichen, auf diese Anforderungen zu reagieren und dabei auch die Vorgaben ihrer Institutionen oder anderen Beteiligten zu erfüllen.

Die Entwicklung fand in Kooperation mit Forschungsförderern und Universitäten statt, um ein Werkzeug für die Erstellung von probaten Datenmanagementplänen während des gesamten Projektverlaufs anbieten zu können.

Konzept

Es gibt eine Reihe von Vorlagen innerhalb der Applikation, die den Anforderungen der verschiedenen Förderer oder Institutionen entsprechen. Die Nutzer beantworten zu Begin der Erstellung eines Plans drei Fragen, um die Anzeige der geeigneten Vorlage zu erlauben (z.B. die ESRC-Vorlage bei einer ESRC-Förderung). Die Applikation gibt Hilfestellungen zum Verstehen und Beantworten der Fragen; diese werden von Forschenden, Förderern, Universitäten und den verschiedenen Disziplinen bereitgestellt.

Erste Schritte

Falls sie einen Zugang haben, melden sie sich an und beginnen ihren Datenmanagementplan zu erstellen.

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Besuchen sie die 'Hilfe'-Seite für eine Anleitung.

Weitere Informationen

Die deutsche Version von DMPonline wird in Kooperation mit dem Digital Curation Centre (UK) und der Bibliothek der Universität von Alberta (CA) im Rechenzentrum der Christian-Albrechts-Universität gepflegt.

Die Benutzungsschnittstelle und die Funktionalität von DMPonline wird kontinuierlich verbessert. Falls sie gerne Rückmeldung geben oder Verbesserungsvorschläge machen möchten, freuen wir uns, wenn sie uns eine Nachricht an vfu@rz.uni-kiel.de schicken.

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Webinar: DMPonline - new directions

As part of Open Access week, the DCC will be giving a webinar on recent developments in DMPonline. To join please register via GoToMeeting. In Spring we launched the new DMPRoadmap platform with our colleagues at the California Digital Library. This was a major upgrade to the codebase and incorporated a redesign of the front end and underlying data model. Performance improvements and a number of new features were also added. We have continued to add more features over Summer and Autumn, particularly for administrative users and will demo these. The webinar will also cover the new subscription model and some of the most Frequently Asked Questions emerging about the contract and service delivery.

By sarah.jones On 16/10/2018

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Set the Controls for the Heart of the Sun

Courtesy of Stephanie Simms at CDL, here's our bi-monthly update on all things DMP Our DMPTool and DMPonline services have been humming along with the same underlying code for a couple of months now. Since our MVP release, we’ve shifted gears to more regular sprints. We’re also pleasantly surprised by how eager the wider DMP community has been to join forces in migrating, translating, and even contributing new features already! Here’s a brief retrospective and a glimpse into the future.

By sarah.jones On 08/05/2018

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We have lift off - DMPRoadmap launches!

We’re delighted to announce that the DMPTool and DMPonline sites are both now running from the new joint DMPRoadmap codebase. We pushed the MVP out to test last month and have now migrated our production services. There are lots of exciting new features. Read more in the post!   Image: 'Fireworks' CC-BY-ND by bbtburnham

By sarah.jones On 12/03/2018

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DMPonline evolves - new release with new themes imminent!

We’re very close to the first official DMPRoadmap MVP release. We pushed this out to test and did a demo of new features at IDCC last week. The DMPTool has migrated to the new code already and we are set to push into production next week! This news item is to alert UK admin users to the changes, specifically around the legacy guidance and how this has been migrated to new DMP themes. Front page image credit: Image CC-BY by twin-loc.fr

By sarah.jones On 01/03/2018

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Pizza Party!

The DMPTool team has embarked on a major housekeeping effort in order to migrate to the DMPRoadmap platform in February 2018. Last week they began a global audit of the funder templates and guidance in an all-day pizza-fueled event that amounted to a huge template success (but an epic pizza fail, see photo below). This involved checking that the language in each template was in line with the latest versions of funder policy documents, and also involved tagging each funder question with the DMP themes so organisational guidance can be overlaid onto them. This DMP themes are a new concept to our partners stateside. The team at UC3 are going to repeat this community-driven content review exercise as an annual event and it’s something we could trial in the UK too. Let us know if you’re interested in that.

By sarah.jones On 12/12/2017

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Roll up, roll up! Get yer DMP update here.

Last month saw a busy Active DMPs and Domain Repositories Interest Groups joint session at the RDA Plenary at Montreal. Two new working groups have been launched to advance work in this area: one on developing Common Standards for DMPs and another on Exposing DMPs. In addition, there are multiple active projects in this space including ezDMP, the University of Queensland’s Data Management Records approach, FAIRsharing and our own DMPRoadmap project. All the slides and notes from the RDA session are available from the session link above if you want to find out more. The working groups are just starting to get underway too, so please review their plans and contribute if you can.   We’ve been progressing the machine-actionable DMP agenda through the DMPRoadmap team too. With support from an RDA Europe collaboration award, we integrated the disciplinary Metadata Standards Directory (MSD) into the tool. Template administrators can choose the MSD as an answer format for metadata questions so users can browse the directory from within the tool. We’d love your feedback on this – both admins trialling it on templates and end users selecting standards. Can you find relevant standards easily? Is the functionality intuitive? Are there other features or additions you would like to see? Please try it out at https://dmponline-test.dcc.ac.uk and let us know.

By sarah.jones On 20/10/2017

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DMPRoadmap summer camp news

This summer we’ve made solid progress toward our DMPRoadmap MVP, done oodles of outreach for machine-actionable DMPs, and addressed some DMPTool and DMPonline-specific items. Keep reading for the high-level highlights and what to expect in the coming months:

By sarah.jones On 16/08/2017

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New DMP templates

There are some new DMP templates in DMPonline for you to look out for. These reflect the new guidelines issued by the European Research Council (ERC) and the Wellcome Trust. 

By sarah.jones On 15/08/2017

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On the right track(s) - DCC release draws nigh

Monthly update on DMPonline and DMPRoadmap covering our latest release being out to test, machine-actionable DMP updates and where you can see us out and about

By sarah.jones On 08/06/2017

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Roadmap retrospective: 2016

Here's an update on DMPRoadmap, courtesy of Stephanie Simms at CDL   The past year has been a wild ride, in more ways than one... Despite our respective political climates, UC3 and DCC remain enthusiastic about our partnership and the future of DMPs. Below is a brief retrospective about where we’ve been in 2016 and a roadmap (if you will...we also wish we’d chosen a different name for our joint project) for where we’re going in 2017. Jump to the end if you just want to know how to get involved with DMP events at the International Digital Curation Conference (IDCC 2017, 20–23 Feb in Edinburgh, register here).   In 2016 we consolidated our UC3-DCC project team, our plans for the merged platform (see the roadmap to MVP), and began testing a co-development process that will provide a framework for community contributions down the line. We’re plowing through the list of features and adding documentation to the GitHub repo—all are invited to join us at IDCC 2017 for presentations and demos of our progress to date (papers, slides, etc. will all be posted after the event). For those not attending IDCC, please let us know if you have ideas, questions, anything at all to contribute ahead of the event!

By anonymous On 05/02/2017

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DMP themes: And then there were 14...

We issued a call for input on the DMP themes in late September and received feedback from across the UK, Europe and the USA. Many thanks to all who responded. It’s really helped to confirm our thinking. This post shares the new themes and other DMP updates.

By sarah.jones On 14/12/2016

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The DCC and its services

The DCC has undergone continuous change since it was established as a consortium in 2004 jointly funded by JISC and the UK E-Science programme. Periodically it’s important for us to clarify what these changes are and what implications they do – or don’t – have for the services you expect from us. The full article sums up these changes from the past year.

By kevin.ashley On 29/11/2016

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Finding our Roadmap rhythm

In keeping with our monthly updates about the merged Roadmap platform, here's the short and the long of what we've been up to lately courtesy of Stephanie Simms of the DMPTool: Short update

By anonymous On 03/11/2016

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A common set of themes for DMPs: seeking input

When the DCC revised DMPonline in 2013, we introduced the concept of themes to the tool. The themes represent the most common topics addressed in Data Management Plans (DMPs) and work like tags to associate questions and guidance. Moving forward, we see potential for broader application of the themes. In collaboration with the DMPTool, we plan to use a refined set of themes to support our objectives around machine-actionable DMPs. The themes provide the beginnings of a common vocabulary and structure for DMPs and could help to identify sections of text to mine, e.g., to identify a repository named in a DMP and the volume of data in the pipeline.

By sarah.jones On 28/09/2016

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New H2020 DMP guidelines

The European Commission has released new Guidelines on FAIR Data Management in Horizon 2020. There are a few key changes and a new template for DMPs which has been added to DMPonline. Image credit: 'OPEN' by Tom Magliery CC-BY-NC-SA

By sarah.jones On 12/08/2016

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