Programme

Please be aware this programme may be subject to change.

Monday 20 February

09.00-17.00

08.15-09.00

Quincentenary Centre (QCC)

Workshop Programme

Workshop Registration

19.00-20.30

Pre-Conference Drinks Reception will be held in the Playfair Library.

Welcome address: Sir Timothy O'Shea, Principal of the University of Edinburgh

Tuesday 21 February

08.00-09.00

Foyer Quincentenary Centre (QCC)

Conference Registration

Coffee/Tea

09.00-09.15

Wolfson Hall (QCC)

Welcome

Kevin Ashley, Director of the Digital Curation Centre

09.15-10.15

Wolfson Hall (QCC)

Keynote

TBC

10.15-10.45

Foyer Quincentenary Centre (QCC)

Coffee/Tea

 

Wolfson Hall

Parallel A

 

GB Ong

Parallel B

10.45-12.30

Research papers

10.45-12.30

Curation Communities (Practice papers)

10.45-11.15

Documentation and visualisation of workflows for effective curation@source – Cerys Willoughby

10.45-11.05

Creating a Community of Data Champions – Rosie Higman

11.15-11.45

Research Transparency: A Preliminary Study of Disciplinary Conceptualisation, Drivers, Tools and Support Services – Liz Lyon

11.05-11.25

Is Democracy the Right System? Collaborative Approach to Building an Engaged RDM Community – Marta Teperek

11.25-11.45

Data Curation for Community Science: CHIME Pilot Study – Andrea Copeland

11.45-12.15

Amplifying Data Curation Efforts to Improve the Quality of Life Science Data – Mariam Alqasab

11.45-12.05

When Scientists Become Social Scientists: How Citizen Science Projects Learn About Volunteers – Peter Darch

12.15-13.30

Playfair Hall – Playfair Building

Lunch

Poster Exhibition

13.30-14.00

Wolfson Hall (QCC)

Minute madness

14.00-15.30

Playfair Hall

Poster session

 

Wolfson Hall

Parallel A

GB Ong

Parallel B

Tausend

Parallel C

14.00-15.00

Demonstrations

Demonstrations

Demonstrations

14.00-14.25

Collaborative Data Management Training Clearinghouse by USGS, ESIP, and DataONE

Demonstration of a Humanities Data Library

CISER Setup Files Creator

14.30-14.55

 

Charles Booth's London: bringing together maps and archives on the web

Demonstrating Hybrid Provenance Queries from Script Runs

15.00-15.30

QCC Foyer/Playfair Hall

Coffee/Tea

 

Wolfson Hall

Parallel A

GB Ong

Parallel B

Tausend

Parallel C

15.30-16.30

Data Management Planning

Sensitive Data

Tools & Workflows

15.30-15.50

Next-Generation Data Management Plans: Global, Machine-Actionable, FAIR – Stephanie Simms & Sarah Jones

Introducing safe access to sensitive data at the University of Bristol – Debra Hiom

Building Tools to Support Active Curation: Lessons Learned from SEAD – Dharma Akmon

15.50-16.10

Information Integration for Actionable Data Management Plans – Tomasz Miksa

Orchestrating Cloud Infrastructure to Manage Sensitive Data – Sebastian Karcher

Integration of an active research data system with a data repository to streamline the research data lifecycle: Pure-NOMAD case study – Federca Fina

16.10-16.30

Tuuli project accelerating data management planning in Finnish research organizations – Mari Elisa Kuusniemi

Sharing selves: Developing an ethical framework for curating social media data – Elizabeth Hull

Weaving Together Preservation and Active Research – Sayeed Choudhury

16.30-17.15

Wolfson Hall (QCC)

Keynote

TBC

19.30-22.00

Conference dinner

The Caves

Wednesday 22 February

08.30-09.00

Foyer Quincentenary Centre (QCC)

Coffee/Tea

09.00-10.00

Wolfson Hall

Keynote

TBC

 

Wolfson Hall

Parallel A

GB Ong

Parallel B

Tausend

Parallel C

10.00-11.00

Data Policies

Curation & Reuse

Workflows & Data Quality

10.00-10.20

The changing influence of journal data sharing policies on local RDM practices – Dylanna Dearborn

Reuse for Research. Curating Astrophysical Datasets for Future Use – Anders Sparre Conrad

Encouraging and Facilitating Laboratory Scientists to Curate at Source – Cerys Willoughby

10.20-10.40

Standardising and harmonising research data policy in scholarly publishing – Iain Hrynaszkiewicz

Data Curation Readiness for Biocollections – Carolyn Hank

Connecting data publication to the research workflow: a preliminary analysis – Angus Whyte

10.40-11.00

Policy implementation at Leiden University – Fieke Schoots

 

Frictionless Data: Making Research Data Quality Visible – Jo Barratt
 

11.00-11.30

Tea & Coffee

 

Wolfson Hall

Parallel A

GB Ong

Parallel B

Tausend

Parallel C

11.30-13.00

Curriculum & Training

Curating Humanities Data

File Formats & Software Preservation

11.30-11.50

Choose your own research data management guidance – Alex Ball

Curating Humanity's Research Data: Managing Workflows for Adjusting a Repository Framework – Hagen Peukert

A Framework for the Preservation of a Docker Container – Iain Emsley

11.50-12.10

Library Carpentry: building software skills for librarianship – Jeremy Cope

Developing Data Curation Protocols for Digital Projects at Vanderbilt: Une Microhistoire – Veronica Ikeshoji-Orlati

Navigating Unmountable Media with the Digital Forensics XML File System – Alex Nelson

12.10-12.30

Researcher training in spreadsheet curation – Gene Melzac

Developing a digital archive for symbolic resources in urban environments – the Latina Project – Gareth Cole

Revealing the Detailed Lineage of Script Outputs using Hybrid Provenance – Qian Zhang

12.30-12.50

Evaluating the Effectiveness of Data Management Training: DataONE’s Survey Instrument – Chung-Yi Hou

 

How Valid Is Your Validation? A Closer Look Behind The Curtain Of JHOVE – Michelle Lindlar

13.00-14.00

Lunch/Poster Exhibition

14.00-15.30

Birds of a Feather sessions x 4

To be decided on at the conference

Deacon Suite

Roadmap for DMPs

  • a demo and update on the DMPRoadmap code
  • a developer track to learn about the data model and contributor guidelines
  • a DMP support track with discussion groups on machine-actionable DMPs, training models and other topics

15.30-16.00

Atrium Foyer

Coffee/Tea

 

Wolfson Hall

Parallel A

GB Ong

Parallel B

Tausend

Parallel C

16.00-16.40

FAIR

National Perspectives

Ethical Challenges

16.00-16.20

Are the FAIR Data Principles fair? – Alistair Dunning

Setting up a National Research Data Curation Service for Qatar: Challenges and Opportunities – Arif Shaon

Curation after the fact: Practical and ethical challenges of archiving legacy evaluation data – Ruth Geraghty
 

16.20-16.40

Assessing the FAIRness of Datasets in Trustworthy Digital Repositories: A Proposal – Peter Doorn & Ingrid Dillo

Mobilising a nation: Research Data Management (RDM) Education and Training in South Africa (SA) – Lessons Learned – Heila Pienaar

DIY Academic Archiving: The ethics, politics and practicalities of making open qualitative data with Omeka – Niamh Moore

16.40-17.00

Wolfson Hall

Award for Best Research Paper

Award for Best Poster

Presented by Gavin McLachlan, Chief Information Officer and Librarian, University of Edinburgh

17.00-17.30

Wolfson Hall

Wrap up

Clifford Lynch, Executive Director, Coalition for Networked Information

Chair: Kevin Ashley, Director of the Digital Curation Centre

17.30-17.45

Wolfson Hall

Closing Remarks

Kevin Ashley, Director of the Digital Curation Centre

Thursday 23 February

09.00-17.30

08.15-09.00

Quincentenary Centre (QCC)

Workshop Programme

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