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Tools and applications
The DCC tools below aim to help you prepare for and deliver a research data support service for your institution. Have a look at our catalogue of digital curation tools and services for information on externally developed tools and resources.
We'd also recommend consulting Jisc's infonet toolkits. Each infoKit contains a wealth of 'self-help' material and covers topics such as data visualisation, cloud computing, managing research information, evaluating digital services, and developing digital literacies.
- DMPonline - helps you to develop data management plans that meet research council and funding body mandates. Find out more about the tool.
- Collaborative Assessment of Research Data Infrastructure and Objectives (CARDIO) - helps you to assess your data management support and infrastructure and to collaboratively plan for improvement.
- Data Asset Framework (DAF) - helps you to identify researchers' current data management activity, their data holdings and their data management requirements.
- Digital Repository Audit Method Based on Risk Assessment (DRAMBORA) - helps you to define and address the risks threatening your digital repository content and infrastructure. Find out more about the tool.
- Curation Costs Exchange - helps you better understand what you are spending on digital curation and how your spending compares with your peers. This tool was developed through our work on the Collaboration to Clarify the Costs of Curation (4C) project.
If you'd like to add information on data management and curation tools and resources that you have developed, please get in touch with us. We'd also be interested in hearing from you about your own experiences in making use of DCC or any other data management and curation tools.