We offer support to all researchers and doctoral students:
We have an online GW4 Research Data Management Triage Tool that you can use interactively to find out answers to frequently asked questions. You will need a University of Bath login to access the tool.
We also have a Research Data Management Adventure game, which is a self-paced text adventure to help you learn how to better manage your data throughout a research project.
Dr Alice Motes, Senior Data Librarian
Alice manages the Library's Research Data Service and provides support on data management planning, funder and University data policies, and ethical issues around the management of sensitive data. They received a PhD in Sociology from University of California, Irvine. Alice began her career in research data management as University of Minnesota’s CLIR Postdoctoral Fellow in Social Science Data Curation, focusing on advocacy, developing guidance, and training. In 2016, they hopped the pond to University of Surrey's Library to launch and run their research data services before arriving at Bath in 2022.
Alex Ball, Research Data Librarian (Systems)
Alex joined the Research Data Service in 2015 and is responsible for the development and management of the University of Bath Research Data Archive. His background is in health, defence and public libraries, and he has an interest in information retrieval and resource sharing. Having worked at UKOLN on several research projects related to digital information management he joined Digital Curation Centre in 2009 where he worked on developing tools and services such as the Data Asset Framework, the Research Data Alliance Metadata Standards Directory, and the UK Research Data Discovery Service. Alex is an internationally recognised expert on licensing data. Alex has BA(Hons) in Physics and Philosophy from the University of Oxford and an MScEcon in Library and Information Studies from the University of Wales, Aberystwyth.
Kate Ehrig-Page, Research Data Librarian
Kate joined the Research Data Services team in 2021 as a Research Data Librarian and is responsible for developing aspects of the Research Data Management (RDM) service around guidance, training and awareness support. Kate started her information management career working in archives and museums and then moved into working in academia with her last position being at the University of Nebraska at Omaha as the Institutional Repository Coordinator. Kate has a BA(Hons) American Studies from the University of Hull and an MA Archives and Records Management from University College Dublin.