While RDM Support can help you with data management, data analysis, research software and code, we have many partners across Utrecht University (UU) who can help you with other parts of your research. Below you can find other university-wide services that can assist you.
University Library services
The university library can help you with many research-related activities, such as:
- Incorporating open science into your research project
- Digital humanities
- Systematic review
- Increasing your visibility with an ORCID
- Copyright issues
- Accessing literature and the library's special collections
- Open Educational Resources
Contact your subject specialist for any questions relating to library services.
The Information security team is headed by the Chief Information Security Officer and is working around the clock to help protect the university's data. Feel free to contact them if you have a security-related question or want to perform a data classification. If you have or suspect a breach of security, please always contact the Computer Emergency Response Team (CERT) as soon as possible via email@example.com or +31 (30) 253 5959.
Research Support Offices
Every faculty has a Research Support Office (RSO). RSO staff can assist in identifying potential funds, provide advice on grant opportunities and support you in writing your grant applications and drawing up budgets. Some faculty RSOs can also help in setting up (consortium) agreements.
Are you planning to study data produced by UU students or the UU education system? And is your goal to gain insight into the learning process and initiate an intervention to improve said education? Then your project may be a Learning Analytics (LA) project. Contact the Learning Analytics team to set up your project, gain access to relevant data, and evaluate the results.