Data Management Plans Interest Group Meeting 1, 2024

Join us online for the first Data Management Plans (DMPs) Interest Group meeting of 2024 for a presentation on the DMP Course for Librarians.
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About the Event

The DMP Course for Librarians aims to help librarians to learn skills around data management planning to facilitate better collaboration with researchers. It was funded by the Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS) and, with the goal of adding the developed courses to the Library Carpentries curriculum, administered by UCLA as part of their Open Science for Librarians program.

At this first meeting of the DMPs Interest Group of 2024, you’ll hear a presentation and be able to join a discussion on the course. The meeting will also seek feedback on possible activities in 2024 for the interest group.

This meeting will be hosted by John Brown (Curtin University), chair of the DMPs Interest Group.


  • Lena Bohman, Zucker School of Medicine at Hofstra/Northwell
  • Marla Hertz, University of Alabama at Birmingham
  • Daria Orlowska, Western Michigan University

About the DMPs Interest Group

The DMPs Interest Group exists to:

  • facilitate a community of practice across Australasia for people working on DMP infrastructure
  • offer a forum where experiences, best practice and questions around DMPs can be exchanged nationally and internationally
  • champion future thinking and machine actionable models for DMP infrastructure planning across research networks and communities.

Join the group and learn about the group’s previous meetings.

Do you have questions about this event? Contact us.


28 March 2024


12 noon to 1 pm (AEDT)


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