In 2016, the Tri-Agencies released their Statement of Principles on Digital Data Management. The Statement outlines responsibilities for researchers, research communities, institutions and funders: "The agencies believe that research data collected with the use of public funds belong, to the fullest extent possible, in the public domain and available for reuse by others."
Among the expectations outlined by the Tri-Agencies are:
The SFU Library has developed a suite of services and supports for research data management for SFU researchers including guidance in research data management planning and data deposit, workshops and individual consultations on research data management plans. More explicitly, we support research data management planning by:
If you would like to arrange a meeting to discuss your research data management needs, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.