IDCC19 - Workshop Registration is now open

We are pleased to announce that registration for our packed IDCC19 workshop programme is now open. 

Workshops will be held on Monday 4 February 2019 at the Arts West Building, Faculty of Arts, University of Melbourne.

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Registration

You are now invited to register for the International Digital Curation 2019!

Deadline

Please register by:

  • 7th of January 2019 - early bird / DCC Associate discounted rates
  • 21st of January 2019 - final deadline

Register as early as possible to take advantage of the early bird registration rate. To secure this, you need to register as a DCC Associate, a scheme which is open to everybody.

Please note that all presenters need to register to attend the conference. 

Repository Fringe 2018

Edinburgh, 2 - 3 July 2018
  We are pleased to announce that Repository Fringe 2018 will take place on Monday 2 & Tuesday 3 July at the Royal Society of Edinburgh. Repo Fringe is a conference for repository managers and others interested in research data and publication repositories to come together to discuss emerging issues and the latest policy and technological advances. Participation is a key element - the event is designed to encourage all attendees to share their repository experiences and expertise.

Posters

Winning Posters

Workshops

Our conference is supplemented by a rich programme of workshops. These events must be booked separately from the conference.

Registration

**Registration for the 13th International Digital Curation Conference (IDCC) is now closed.

Support IDCC18

How to support the conference

The first Digital Curation Conference took place in Bath in September 2005, one year after the Digital Curation Centre was launched. Since the inaugural conference we have covered a range of curation issues from the simple question of "What is Digital Curation", through to more complex issues of infrastructure, radical sharing and open data and how to encourage collaboration and create a curation community. Content has covered topical research, bold looks into the future as well as distillations of lessons learnt from practice.

Reviewing Data Management Plans

London, 30 November 2016
Data management planning of some form has been accepted good practice for many years as a means to ensure that data outputs are managed appropriately. This helps to ensure they are discoverable, reusable and preserved, or conversely – in the case of sensitive data – to be kept under wraps. The production of data management plans (DMPs) is mandated by an increasing number of funders worldwide, and universities increasingly seek to provide services to support researchers in this activity.

Introduction to Research Data Management

London, 30 November 2016
Responsible data management has increasingly become an expected element of high quality research. Funding body mandates are reflecting this change, and they now place emphasis on providing evidence of appropriate provision for data management and curation in grant applications.