Answered By: Research Data Management ULS Last Updated: Jan 25, 2016 Views: 10
Yes, all hardcopy and electronic research data created during the research lifecycle should be considered a record and retained in accordance with University of Pittsburgh Guidelines on Research Data Management and the granting agency's retention requirements. Visit the FAQ “How long should I keep my research data” for retention details.
Find out more at ULS Support for Research Data Management. You can view details about managing your data throughout the research lifecycle at Research Data Management @ Pitt. For details on University records management, visit the University's records management website.
Contact the Research Data Management Specialist Group to ask a question, set up a consultation, or learn more about ULS research data management support services.
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