Welcome to the Data Management Training (DMT) Clearinghouse!

The DMT Clearinghouse is a registry for online learning resources about research data management.  Initial seed funding was provided by the U.S. Geological Survey's Community for Data Integration.   Subsequent funding has been granted by an Institute of Museum and Library Services National Leadership Grant (LG-70-18-0092-18).  Developed in collaboration with the Earth Sciences Information Partnership (ESIP) Federation, and DataONE, with subsequent support from the University of New Mexico Libraries Research Data Services, the DMT Clearinghouse is available for searching, browsing, and submitting information about learning resources on data management topics. 

DMT Clearinghouse Features

  • The Search Interface allows users to find learning resources by entering terms, names of people and organizations, dates, and keywords. 
  • The Browse Interface allows users to view the entire list of learning resources, and to filter by educational framework.  An educational framework is a plan or set of steps that defines or collects the content using clear, definable standards about what the student should know and understand.   For purposes of the DMT Clearinghouse, a given learning resource may be associated with a community-defined standard for data management, for example:
  • The Submission Form allows users to enter information about learning resources that they would like to see included in the DMT Clearinghouse. A user log in is not required to submit a resource with key, required information.  To add more information about a learning resource than just that required, please log in or create an account (click "Log In at the upper right side of the screen.)  
    • NOTE:    Submissions will be published to the DMT Clearinghouse following an editorial review to ensure the resource meets quality and selection criteria for inclusion..  You may be contacted for more information about your submission, if needed.  Your contact information will not be made available publicly without your permission.    

For questions or feedback, please contact [email protected].