Disciplinary Metadata Standards - from the Digital Curation Centre (DCC). Covers social sciences, humanities, physical sciences, Earth science, biology, and general research data.
FAIRsharing.org - a list of standards, databases, and policies around sharing research data.
Describing Data - from University of Pittsburgh Library System. Describes metadata and provides useful tips and examples.
Data Best Practices and Case Studies - from Stanford University Libraries' data center. Includes file naming, versioning, working with sensitive data, storage, and sharing.
The 3-2-1 rule - "make 3 copies, 2 stored on different media, one offsite" - it's a standard that libraries use frequently, and is useful for data management as well. The Digital Preservation Handbook provides an accessible way to better understand the importance of this rule.
DMPTool - this free tool allows you to build a data management plan using templates and funding agency guidelines.
OSF.io - a collaboration and research support platform, OSF allows data sharing, searching, and preprint services.
Need an identifier for your research? Email email@example.com to obtain ISBNs, permalinks, and other permanent identifiers for your materials.