Are you required to share and make your data publicly available? Are there no data repositories in your discipline? Our Archive ensures long-term preservation and access to research data for those disciplines that do not otherwise have access to archiving and sharing data options. Our Archiving services give researchers at all levels the opportunity to share data outside of original collaborations and beyond the life of a research project. Contact us at email@example.com for help. See our latest workshops. The Office of the Vice President for Research also offers a number of workshops and training sessions.
Submitting data to the UCL Data Archive? We suggest the following language be added to the submission form or a DMP: Data produced during the project will be deposited in the UConn Library Data Archive, a digital repository service that features publicly accessible long term data storage and redundancy to comply with national and international standards for digital preservation. Other features include contingencies for disaster recovery, permanent and citable URIs, recurring appraisal cycles, and provisions for authentication, search, discovery, and access in perpetuity.
With the UConn Data Archive, you can:
- submit data from any research discipline
- include any file format
- have persistent identifiers for citations
- comply with standards and requirements for managing and preserving research data
- Storage Options
- Archive small collections of up to 40GB of uncompressed data
- Archive large collections of up to 2TB of uncompressed data