UQRDM has been upgraded to provide researchers with more choice, greater flexibility and better control over access to research data. You can create an initial project record, and go on to request storage allocations at any time as required.
If you are an existing user of UQRDM, you will be prompted to switch to UQRDM 2.0 the next time you login to rdm.uq.edu.au. Follow the instructions in UQRDM.
Your current research data will not be moved or affected, and there will be no changes to storage or project set up. Any linked services you have in place such as Digital Research Notebooks and Impact Tracker will also be preserved and unaffected.
Upgrading to UQRDM 2.0 will give you a single project record (including a new Project Record ID) which you can then use to choose:
If you are a new UQRDM user, follow our guide to set up a project record, request storage allocations, and manage access to your research data.
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This guide shows you how to use UQRDM to deposit, share and preserve datasets in UQ eSpace.
This guide shows you how to request and use a notebook to store, organise, curate and share all your project's research data and research notes.
The UQ Research Data Manager (UQRDM) has been specifically designed to help researchers manage their project's research data from project conception, to the publication and dissemination of results. For more information and advice on how to plan, collect and organise your project's research data, please refer to Manage research data.
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