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McGill Institutional RDM Strategy

McGill is Inviting Feedback on the RDM Strategy Draft

By March 2023, the Tri-Agency Research Data Management (RDM) Policy is requiring each post-secondary institution and research hospital that are eligible to administer Tri-Agency funds to create and publicly post an institutional RDM strategy. Led by the Office of the Vice-Principal Research and Innovation, an RDM Strategy Working Group, advised by an RDM Strategy Advisory Group of faculty members, were formed to draft McGill's institutional RDM strategy. 

The DRS Team will hold information sessions for public consultation on the draft Institutional RDM Strategy will be held until September 2022 (see schedule and registration links below). All faculty, staff and students from the McGill research community are invited to read the RDM strategy draft, participate in the information sessions, and provide feedback. In October 2022, the public consultation period will culminate with a series of townhall sessions.

The Draft McGill RDM Strategy is available in two formats:

Information sessions

McGill research community members are invited to contribute input and feedback on the Draft McGill Institutional RDM Strategy.

Join us at an RDM Strategy information session to learn more about the development of the McGill Institutional RDM Strategy. 

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For comments, questions or feedback about this draft strategy, do not hesitate to be in touch with us at drs [at] (subject: Feedback%20on%20McGill's%20Institutional%20RDM%20Strategy, body: Please%20mention%20your%20role%20at%20McGill%20(Faculty%2C%20Student%2C%20Staff%2C%20Administrator)) . The McGill DRS Team will be pleased to receive your comments and interact with you on the RDM strategy.



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