Blogs

IDCC15 Demo Sessions: Do you know the MANTRA?

A summary of the session at IDCC15 in which the Research Data MANTRA Course was demonstrated.

Read more >

Birds of a Feather session at IDCC15: Forging our digital future together

A report on the Birds of a Feather session on collaboration between digital archives, held on Day 1 of the International Digital Curation Conference, 2015.

Read more >

Birds of a Feather session at IDCC15: Building infrastructure for scientific data

A report on the Birds of a Feather session on Building Infrastructure held on Day 1 of the International Digital Curation Conference, 2015

Read more >

Where are they now? An RDM update from Loughborough University

The latest in our series of catch-up blog posts is based on discussion with Dave Temple and Jeff Brown at Loughborough University.

 

Read more >

See you soon at #IDCC15!

Our yearly International Digital Curation Conference is fast approaching and in less than a week we will be welcoming you all in London...

Read more >

RDMF12: notes from breakout group 1: choosing research data solutions

Breakout group 1 at RDMF12 discussed the issues around identifying research data solutions.  The initial proposal was around the researcher perspective on choosing solutions, but the discussion quickly expanded to a more holistic view, incorporating the views of the other parties involved in the research data management lifecycle.

Read more >

Are you ready for EPSRC?

The DCC has been collaborating with Jisc to run a follow-up workshop to our event last May on EPSRC compliance and have been overwhelmed by the response. Registration opened shortly before Christmas and was full before the holidays. We've since increased the capacity to 90 and are full again. It seems institutional readiness for Research Data Management is a hot topic!

 

Read more >

Where are they now? An RDM update from the University of Northampton

The latest in our series of catch-up blog posts is from Miggie Pickton at the University of Northampton.

Read more >

Video games: worth preserving?

A guest blog post by the winner of the DPC's Most Distinguished Student Work in Digital Preservation 2014 - Alastair John Bachell. Alastair writes about games archives and preservation, how he got interested in the subject, and finally if they are even worth preserving.  

Read more >

From RDMF5 to RDMF12: How the world has changed…

A guest blog post from Catherine Jones of STFC, reflecting on changes undergone between the 2010 and 2014 RDMF events...

Read more >