The University Libraries offer a repository for digital research data generated by U of M researchers, students, and staff. This repository, called DRUM, provides long-term digital preservation and open access to all data.
The University Libraries offer resources to create a data management plan, which include templates, workshops, and consultation with a data curation librarian. This addresses the NSF requirement for a Data Management Plan for all full proposals.
The Digital Arts Sciences + Humanities (DASH) is a cross-disciplinary initiative from the University of Minnesota Libraries organized around emerging digital tools and methodologies for scholarly, pedagogical, and artistic projects.
Visit the Subject Resource site for Bioinformatics with links to databases and indexes, data resources, or style manuals and writing guides. The Libraries' subject librarian in bioinformatics, Josh Bishoff, can be of further assistance, or connect to any of the other subject librarians.
The University of Minnesota Crookston (UMC) Library Digital Archive provides access to a number of digitized history projects that focus on the history of UMC and on Polk County, Minnesota, where Crookston is located.