Data Management Plan
ATTENTION: Grant-funded Researchers, Depositors, and Potential Depositors:
If you need a letter of collaboration from AILLA for a grant application, you must include a required service fee of 8% of the direct costs (excluding salaries and fringe for Senior Personnel, Graduate Research Assistants, and Postdocs) in your budget to defray the costs associated with curating, ingesting, storing, and preserving your collection at AILLA. In addition, please complete the following steps at least one month before your grant due date:
- Complete the Collaboration Letter Request Form. Before completing the form, please read the list of questions to help you prepare your answers.
- After completing the form, send a draft of your Data Management Plan or DMP (see below) to AILLA.
Once you know the status of your grant application (approved or denied), you must send this information to the AILLA Manager for planning purposes.
Many granting agencies, like NSF, NEH, NIH, IMLS, etc., now require researchers to submit a DMP as part of their grant proposal application. Researchers might find the information found at the following links useful for creating a DMP:
- View the slides and reading list from the 2017 LSA Institute Workshop on Data Management Plans for Linguistic Research and watch the videos here.
- There is a concise article about data management plans on Wikipedia that includes links to other websites.
- The DMPTool provides DMP requirements and templates for several specific funding agencies and programs.
- The University of Pittsburgh has detailed information about writing a Data Management Plan, as well as sample DMPs here.
- The Digital Curation Centre (DCC) also has helpful information about Data Management Plans here.
- This is a sample DMP from a senior research grant for the Documenting Endangered Languages program of the National Science Foundation. This sample has been annotated to highlight key elements to include.
- This is another sample DMP from a Doctoral Dissertation Research Improvement Grant (DDRIG) for the Documenting Endangered Languages program of the National Science Foundation. This sample has not been annotated.