Research Data Support

Resources for institutional administrators

To help you make the most of Research Data Support for your institution, we've put together a collection of guides, informational resources and advocacy material. 


Administrator guide

This guide is for institutional administrators of Research Data Support. It contains detailed information about the usage and distribution of prepaid credit codes.

Administrator guide
Administrator guide
(PDF, 243.28 KB)

Author guide

This guide lays out how authors can access Research Data Support, step-by-step, and we encourage you to share this with relevant researchers. Since one of the key steps for authors is requesting a prepaid credit code, there is an editable field where you can provide contact information for the local administrator.

Author guide
Author guide
(PDF, 128.64 KB)

Other resources

Welcome email to authors - template

A welcome email to your researchers, which you can personalise. This is a .docx file so you can edit the content before deploying via your own email system. We suggest you personalise the sections highlighted in yellow.

Poster

A poster you can use to let researchers know about Research Data Support. This contains an editable field where you can provide contact information for the local administrator.

Poster
Poster
(PDF, 5.52 MB)

PowerPoint slide

A slide you can use in presentations to spread the word about Research Data Support.

PowerPoint slide
PowerPoint slide
(PPTX, 4.70 MB)

Infographic - types of datasets supported

An infographic illustrating the types of research data we can help organise and share via Research Data Support.

Infographic - what to expect from the service

An infographic illustrating what researchers can expect from Research Data Support, including what they should know before submitting, how their data will be improved and the benefits of the service.

Infographic - benefits of sharing research data

An infographic illustrating the benefits of sharing research data as applicable to researchers, research communities and wider society.

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