Programme

IDCC 2019 Programme

Minor changes to lecture timings may occur. We will keep you informed.

4 February - Workshop programme 

08:15 – 09:00

Registration and coffee

19:00 – 20:30

Pre Conference Drinks Reception 

Woodward Conference Centre

5 February - Main Conference Day 1 

08:00 – 09:00

Registration

Coffee & Tea

09:00 – 09:15

Welcome to country ceremony

09:15 – 09:20

Welcome to the University of Melbourne

Gwenda Thomas, Director Scholarly Services and University Librarian 

09:20 – 09:30

Welcome to IDCC19

Kevin Ashley, Director, Digital Curation Centre 

09:30 – 10:15

Keynote 

"Data, the creation of history and its impact on real lives" - Christine Kenneally, Independent Journalist 
 

10:15 – 10:45

Coffee / Tea & Poster Exhibition 

10:45 – 12:25

Parallel Session (Papers)

Grand Curation Challenges Across Disciplines

Parallel Session (Papers)

Metadata

10:45 – 11:10 Data Practices in Digital History Research - Rongqian Ma The Red Queen in the Repository: metadata quality in an ever-changing environment - Joakim Philipson
11:10 – 11:35
Identifying Archaeological Data Silos and Strategizing Deeper Collaboration Practices - 
Ixchel Faniel
 
Class Revolution: Redistributing Property in a Metadata Scheme - Les Kneebone 
11:35 – 12:00 The Data Life Aquatic: Oceanographers’ Experience with Interoperability and Re-usability - Wade Bishop
A metadata package for journals to support external linked objects - Lars Vilhuber
 
 
12:00 – 12:25 Experimental Data Curation at Large Instrument Facilities with Open Source Software - Line Pouchard

Augmenting Scholarly Graphs - Amir Aryani 

12:25 – 13:30

Lunch (Atrium)

13:30 – 14:30

Minute madness – rapid fire poster presentations

14:30 – 15:30

 

 

 

Poster exhibition

Demos

Delivering the Next-Gen Research Repository

 

Using Wikipedia as the ideal academic outreach platform

Scaling Emulation and Software Preservation Infrastructure, the EaaSI network

 

 

 

14:30 – 14:50 

 

 

14:50 – 15:10

 

 

15:10 – 15:30

Demos

The Australian Center for the Moving Image on the Global Map: Geo-visualisation of Soft Power

Enabling Access to Digital Collections with Natural Language Processing: BitCurator NLP

Performance Venues and Cultural Legacy: Visualisation demonstration

15:30 – 16:00

Coffee / Tea & Poster Exhibition 

Demo – Gale

16:00 – 16:50

Parallel Session (Papers)
 
Trust
 
Parallel Session (Papers)
 
Data Quality
16:00 – 16:25  Trusting Data Users: Facilitating Access to Restricted Data - Allison Rae Bobyak Tyler Towards Continuous Quality Control for Spoken Language Corpora - Hanna Hedeland
16:25 – 16:50 Putting the Trust into Trusted Data Repositories: A Federated Solution for the Australian National Imaging Facility - Andrew James Heinrich Mehnert How is the quality of patient-generated data managed in remote monitoring of people with diabetes? A qualitative study - Robab Abdolkhani

16:50 – 18:00

 

Parallel Session A 

(Lightning Talks)

Creative arts curation 

Parallel Session B

(Lightning Talks)

Models and tools

Parallel Session C

(Lightning Talks)

Digital curation & preservation

Parallel Session 

(Lightning Talks)

Research data services

16:50 – 17:00

1. An archivist walks into a film visual effects company... - Evanthia Samaras

1.Using RISE for service evaluation – experiences, insights, differences - Anneke Meyer

1. DCC Curation Lifecycle Model 2.0 - Sayeed Choudhury

 

1. Handling of research data in collaborative research centres - Constanze Curdt

17:00 – 17:10

2. Performance Venues and Cultural Legacy: Curating Digital Research Environments - Rachel Fensham

2. Cross-Institutional Data Review Model - Kayleigh Lino

 

2. Towards a networked archive for the digital age - Daniel Wilksch

2. Curation and preservation of data for research projects in progress vs post-project - Bernadette Houghton

17:10 – 17:20

3. Managing Image Volume in Digital Performing Arts Collections: A Case Study - Andrew Fuhrmann 

3. Collection Processing Plans as a Framework for Collaboration - Nicholas Richard May

3. Digital Preservation at the Point of Acquisition: Collecting Born-digital Photographs - Matthew Burgess

3. We can help you with that: overcoming the challenges of finding research outputs - Michelle Zwagerman 

17:20 – 17:30 

4. A sound curation in musical instrument conservation - Gea Parikesit

4. Collaborative development and implementation of an enterprise Data Management Planning tool - Ann Morgan

 

4. Feminist Forensics: How Germaine Greer drove digital preservation at Uni of Melbourne Archives - Lachlan Glanville

4. A Framework for Annotation Interoperability - Mark Patton

 

17:30 – 17:40

5. 10 years of MAMU: an ongoing collaboration building an online digital collection -David Groenewegen

5. Collaboration among Flemish Universities: As Jointly as Possible as Apart as Necessary - Lucy Mieke Amez

5. Qatar Digital Library: A new Phase of Digital Archives - Maryam Almutawa

5. On the Importance of CRIS in Promoting the Visibility of Data Publications - Reingis Hauck

17:40 – 17:50 

6. Designing the Virtual Civic – The Architect’s Role - Ben Waters

6. Building an All Haplo repository: a partnership between institution, supplier & user community - Jenny Evans

6. Processing, Appraisal, and Iterative Selection of Email in Context - Cal Lee

6. Wikipedia-integrated academic journals for outreach - Thomas Shafee

17:50 – 18:00

7. The Digital Studio: Highlighting the role of collaboration for digital HASS - Rachel Fensham

7. The OPF Reference Toolset: a collaborative, open source approach for shared solutions - Martin Wrigley

7. Dead, Dormant, Zoetic: Modeling the Blog Lifecycle - Carolyn Hank

7. Data Transfer and Bridging Infrastructure in Data Curation - Ingrid Mason

19:30 – 22:00

Conference dinner

General Assembly

6 February - Main Conference Day 2

08:30 – 09:00

Coffee / Tea

09:00 – 09:45

Panel Discussion

Nancy McGovern

Clifford Lynch

09:45 – 11:0

Parallel session (Papers)

Examples and Models

Parallel session (Papers)

Examples and Models

09:45 – 10:10

Towards Trusted Identities for Swiss Researchers and their Data - René Schneider

Developing Culturally Competent Data Publication Resources - Ryan Stoker 

10:10 – 10:35

The UK ORCID Jisc consortium – a community approach to digital infrastructure for researcher identifiers - Monica Duke

Improving the Usability of Organizational Data Systems - Chung-Yi Hou
 

10:35 – 11:00 

 

Assessing metadata and curation quality: a case study from the development of a third-party curation service at Springer Nature - Rebecca Grant

11:00 – 11:30

Coffee / Tea & Poster Exhibition

11:30 – 12:30

Parallel Session E

(Lightning Talks)

Curating indigenous data

Parallel Session F

(Lightning Talks)

Digital humanities

Parallel Session 

(Lightning Talks)

Research disciplines & data services

Parallel Session H

(Lightning Talks)

Skills

11:30 – 11:40

1. It takes a village: addressing the big digital challenges for Australia’s remote Aboriginal AV archives.

Lyndon Ormond-Parker

1. Heritage Corpus Construction for Scholarly Research. Ingrid Mason

1. Milestones in Addressing Research and Digital Data Challenges in the Biodiversity and Ecological Sciences

William Michener

1. The Digital Research Skills Cookbook: Helping a Community to Work Smarter, Not Harder Tyne Daile Sumner

11:40 – 11:50 

2. Stats, Maps and Access Gaps. Darren Clinch

2. Hidden Treasures: the ANU collection of medieval manuscript fragments. Rose Faunce

2. Australian Drosophila Ecology and Evolution Resource – curating life science research data. Ailie Smith 

2. The Data Curation Network: A Curator Perspective

Debra Ann Fagan

11:50 – 12:00 

3. Cultural Custodianship and the Digitisation of First Nations Community Archives - Daniel Featherstone

3. The First World War in the Mirror of Regional Newspapers - Uwe Risch

3. Health Data Breaches: Negotiating Complexity in Australia's New Notification Scheme - Megan Prictor

3. Lessons from a Student Film Archive Project: Creating a Data Model to Enhance Pedagogy Research & Engagement - Donna Hensler

12:00 – 12:10 

4. Preserving the ‘We are Beneficiaries’ Project at the National Library of New Zealand Te Puna Mātauranga o Aotearoa. Valerie Love

4. Case Study: Constructing a Textual Reference Dataset for Research Reuse - Ingrid Mason

4. A collection-based biodiversity and bioinformatic collaboration: open access to the University of Melbourne Herbarium - Joanne Birch

4. Advancing digital preservation capability through collaborative connection - Jaye Weatherburn

12:10 – 12:20 

5. Digital Curation in the Indigenous Data Network - Leonard Robert Smith

5. Digital Hawaiian Language Repositories - Kelsea Hosoda

5.SMRP - A collaborative approach to develop a smart energy research portal - Simon Elam

5. Curating Code for Research Transparency and Reproducibility - Florio Arguillas

12:20 – 12:30 

6. Preserving Collaborative Documents in Contemporary Events - Tyng-Ruey Chuang 

6. From Little Things Big Things Grow - Jill Mayne Rogers 

6. Community Led Open Data Infrastructure: CDL & Dryad Partnership’ - Daniella Lowenberg  

12:30 – 13:30

Lunch & Poster Exhibition

13:30 – 15:10

Parallel Session (Papers) 
 
 
Research Data Management 

Parallel Session (Papers) 

Building diverse and Inclusive Communities 

13:30 – 13:55

The Data Curation Continuum: A decadal update - Andrew

Digital Curation Challenges in the ‘Restoring Dignity’ Repatriation Project - Adam Windsome

13:55 – 14:20

Progress in Research Data Service development: An international survey of university libraries - 
Mary Anne Kennan

Building an Aotearoa New Zealand-wide Digital Curation Community of Practice - Jessica Moran 

14:20 – 14:45

Organising RDM and Open Science Services - Case Finland and Aalto University - Anne Maarit Sunikka

Making Meaning of historical Papua New Guinea recordings: PARADISEC’s partnerships with language specialists - Amanda Harris

14:45 – 15:10

Human Security Informatics, Global Grand Challenges and Digital Curation - ​Anne Gilliland

Collaborating Across Borders: the Anzac Gallipoli Archaeological Database - Michelle Negus-Cleary

15:10 – 15:40

Coffee / Tea 

15:40 – 16:25  

Keynote 

"Jumping into the stream of data curation" - Dr Patricia Brennan, Director of the National Library of Medicine (NLM) 

16:25 – 16:40

Best paper and best poster awards

Kevin Ashley 

16:40 – 17:00

Wrap up

Cliff Lynch, Coalition for Networked Information (CNI) 

17:00 – 17:15

Closing remarks – Kevin Ashley / Donna McRostie

7 February - Unconference