Removing personal identifiers from datasets – training

JHU Data Management Services recently rolled out training on how to remove personal identifiers from research datasets. This training will be offered to JHU researchers in the coming months.  For more information on the scope and content of this training, refer to the recent blog post by Data Management Consultant Dr. David Fearon.


Institutional Research Data Management: Policies, Planning, Services and Surveys

David Fearon (JHU Data Management Services) and Andrew Sallans (Center for Open Science) presented at CNI Fall 2013 Membership Meeting in Washington DC, December 2013 (abstract and slides are available online.)  David and Andrew discussed the ARL SPEC Kit on Research Data Management Services, for which both were co-authors, detailing development of the study, some of […]


Research Data Management Services SPEC Kit 334 Published

  ELP is pleased to announced the publication of a new SPEC Kit survey. This kit surveys ARL member libraries on their activities related to access, management, and archiving of research data at their institutions. In addition, the kit explores the organization of research data management services (including a few questions on broader data support services), how they are […]


Data Management Services

Our JHU Data Management Service (DMS) was featured in an article written by Jane Beitler of NSIDC titled “Solving the Data Management Mandate”.