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DMP and DR-NTU (Data) Workshops

Target audience: Principal investigators and their assigned research project team members. (For NIE researchers, please contact for DMP and Data Repository Workshop).

Upcoming Workshops

Date/Time & Venue

Online Registration

At the end of the workshops, participants should be able to:

Updating DMP in RISE (with RSO)
(conducted biannually)

Mon, 27 Feb 2023

2:00 - 3:00pm

Online through Teams

  • Be aware of DMP requirements and minimise common lapses
  • Become acquainted with RISE for the following tasks:
    • Variation request
    • DMP update
    • RISE reports

Data Management Plan

(conducted quarterly)

Wed, 08 Mar 2023

10:00 – 11:30am

Online through Zoom

  • Describe the benefits of having a DMP
  • Apply research data management best practices when answering the questions in the NTU DMP template
  • Understand ways to implement and update your DMP

Fri, 12 May 2023

2:30 – 4:00pm

Online through Zoom


Intro to
DR-NTU (Data)

(conducted quarterly)

Wed, 12 Apr 2023

10:00 - 11:00am

Online through Zoom



  • Recognise NTU repositories, their functions and their benefits
  • Apply best practices in depositing research data
  • Identify best practices in depositing manuscript


Alternatively, If you are unable to attend the workshop and need any DMP writing help or would need assistance in using DR-NTU or DR-NTU (Data), please contact us.

Bibliometrics Workshops

[Registration is closed.]

NTU Research Data Management E-Learning

Research Data Management (RDM) e-learning course introduces good RDM practices based on the latest policies and guidelines. Good RDM practices help to mitigate risks such as data loss, leakage, infringement of data reuse terms, or even research integrity-related risks such as data falsification and fabrication. NTU faculty and staff may enroll for the course via Workday (log in here). NTU students may enroll via NTULearn.

Contact Us

All NTU faculty members, research staff, management support officers, and students are welcome to contact us (Open Science and Research Services Team of NTU Library) at on any questions you may have on research impact tools and researcher profiles.