Papers

This is a list of the excellent papers that have been accepted for presentation at IDCC 2018. The list may change, due to withdrawals.

Research Papers

  • Complexities of Digital Preservation in a Virtual Reality Environment, the Case of Virtual Bethel - Angela P Murillo (University of Indiana - Purdue University Indianapolis), United States of America
  • Giving datasets context: a comparison study of institutional repositories that apply varying degrees of curation - Amy Koshoffer (University of Cincinnati), Amy Neeser (University of California Berkeley), Linda Newman (University of Cincinnati), Lisa Jonhnston (University of Minnesota), United States of America
  • Measuring FAIR Principles to Inform Fitness for Use - by Carolyn Hank, Bradley Wade Bishop from the University of Tennessee, United States of America

Practice Papers

  • A Landscape Survey of #ActiveDMPs - by Stephanie Simms (California Digital Library, United States of America), Sarah Jones (Digital Curation Centre, United Kingdom), Tomasz Miksa (Technical University of Vienna, Austria), Daniel Mietchen (University of Virginia, United States of America), Natasha Simons (Australian National Data Service, Australia), Kathryn Unsworth (Australian National Data Service, Australia)
  • Advancing Policy and Changes for Graduate Data Management - by Zhiwu Xie, Jonathan Petters, Gail McMillan, Andrea Ogier, Tyler Walters, all from Virginia Tech, United States of America
  • Are research data sets FAIR in the long run? - by Dennis Wehrle, Klaus Rechert, University of Freiburg, Germany
  • Building Open-Source Digital Curation Services and Repositories at Scale - by Richard Marciano, Gregory Jansen, Will Thomas, Michael Kurtz, all from University of Maryland, United States of America
  • Curating Scientific Workflows for Biomolecular Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy - by Douglas Heintz (University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign), Michael Gryk (University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign and UCONN Health), United States of America
  • Data Curation Network: A Cross-Institutional Staffing Model for Curating Research Data - by Lisa R Johnston (University of Minnesota), Jake Carlson (University of Michigan), Cynthia Hudson-Vitale (Washington University in St. Louis), Heidi Imker (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign), Wendy Kozlowski (Cornell University), Robert Olendorf (Penn State University), Claire Stewart (University of Minnesota), Mara Blake (Johns Hopkins University), Joel Herndon (Duke University), Timothy McGeary (Duke University), all from United States of America
  • Data Mining Research Using In-copyright and Use-limited Text Datasets: Preliminary Findings from a Systematic Literature Review and Stakeholder Interviews - by Megan Senseney (University of Illinois, United States of America), Eleanor Dickson (University of Illinois, United States of America), Beth Namachchivaya (University of Waterloo, Canada)
  • Data Stewardship – addressing disciplinary data management needs - by Marta Teperek (TU Delft), Maria J. Cruz (4TU.Centre for Research Data), Ellen Verbakel (TU Delft), Alastair Dunning (4TU.Centre for Research Data), all from The Netherlands
  • Designing and Building Interactive Curation Pipelines for Natural Hazards Engineering Data - by Maria Esteva, Craig Jansen, Josue Balandrano Coronel, all from Texas Advanced Computing Center, United States of America
  • Disciplinary data publication guides - by Zosia Beckles, Stephen Gray, Debra Hiom, Kirsty Merrett, Kellie Snow, Damian Steer, all from University of Bristol, United Kingdom
  • Embedded Metadata Patterns Across Web Sharing Environments - by Santi Thompson (University of Houston), Michele Reilly (University of Arkansas), both from United States of America
  • Emerging Roles for Optimising Re-Use of Open Government Data - Fanghui Xiao, Liz Lyon, Ning Zou, Robert M. Gradeck, all from University of Pittsburgh, United States of America
  • Enabling FAIR Data in the Earth and Space Sciences - by Shelley Stall (American Geophysical Union), Kerstin Lehnert (Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory of Columbia University, New York), Erin Robinson (Earth Science Information Partners, Boulder), Lynn Yarmey (Research Data Alliance, Boulder), Mark Parsons (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, University of Colorado, Boulder), Brian Nosek (Center for Open Science, University of Virginia, Charlottesville), Joel Cutcher-Gershenfeld (Heller School for Social Policy and Management, Brandeis University, Waltham), Brooks Hanson (American Geophysical Unio), all from United States of America
  • Experimenting with Citizen Scholarship: ‘Our Theatre Royal Nottingham: its stories, people and heritage’ - by Laura Carletti, Jo Robinson, both from University of Nottingham, United Kingdom
  • Finding, accessing, reusing: art making, digital curation and real-world value - by Laura Molloy, University of Oxford, United Kingdom
  • From passive to active, from generic to focussed: how can an institutional data archive remain relevant in a rapidly evolving landscape? - by Maria J. Cruz, Jasmin Böhmer, Egbert Gramsbergen, Marta Teperek, Alastair Dunning, Madeleine de Smaele, TU Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands
  • Incorporating Software Curation into Research Data Management Services: Lessons Learned - by Fernando Rios mailto, University of Arizona, United States of America
  • Keep calm and fill in your DMP: Lessons Learnt from a Swiss DMP-template initiative - by Nathalie Lambeng (EPFL), Lorenza Salvatori (EPFL), Karine Delvert (EPFL), Aude Dieudé (EPFL), Jan Krause (EPFL), Raphaël Rey (EPFL), Mathilde Panes (EPFL), Eliane Blumer (EPFL), Ana Sesartic (ETH Zurich), Matthias Töwe (ETH Zurich), all from Switzerland
  • Making Everything Available. British Library Research Services and Research Data Strategy - by Rachael Kotarski, Torsten Reimer, from the British Library, United Kingdom
  • National Research Infrastructure - Funder or Partner? - by Angeletta Miranda Leggio from Australian National Data Service, Australia
  • Remediation Data Management Plans: a tool for recovering research data from messy, messy projects - by Clara Llebot Lorente from OSU Libraries and Press, Oregon State University, United States of America
  • Secure Data For The Future - A Risk Assesment - by Bendik Bryde, Roberto Gonzalez Siguero, both from Piql.com in Norway
  • Tagging Privacy-Sensitive Data According to the New European Privacy Legislation: GDPR DataTags - a Prototype - by Peter Doorn, DANS, The Netherlands
  • The administrative load of sharing sensitive data - challenges and solutions? - by Kirsty Merrett, Zosia Beckles, Stephen Gray, Debra Hiom, Kellie Snow, Damian Steer, all from University of Bristol, United Kingdom
  • The impact on authors and editors of introducing Data Availability Statements at Nature journals - by Rebecca Grant, Iain Hrynaszkiewicz, both from Springer Nature, United Kingdom
  • Tiny Data: Building a Community of Practice around Humanities Datasets - by Veronica-Gaia A. Ikeshoji-Orlati, Mary Anne Caton, Suellen Stringer-Hye, all from Vanderbilt University, United States of America
  • Two libraries using one Texas Data Repository - by Anna J Dabrowski (Texas A&M University), Jessica Trelogan (University of Texas at Austin), United States of America