Posters

IDCC20 Poster exhibition 

The 15th International Digital Curation Conference will feature a packed poster exhibition, with 57 great submissions! Presenters will have the opporunity to promote their poster during coffee and lunch breaks, and during the Minute Madness session, where they will need to describe their work in one minute!

 


Printing Instructions 

Print your poster and bring it along to the conference for the Poster exhibition. Posters must be no bigger than A1 portrait (594mm x 841mm) or landscape (841mm x 591mm). Your poster must be one piece and not made up of separate sections.

Bring your poster along to registration desk on Tuesday 18 February 2020, there will be staff there to help you get your poster up in the right place. There will be poster boards at the venue, labelled with your poster number, which is the unique number allocated by ConfTool when you made your submission, also noted in the list below. 
 

You may chose to travel with your poster, or print locally in Dublin. Below is a list with printers available at Dublin city centre: 

If you opt to print in Dublin, please ensure you allow for sufficient time, usually 2-3 days in advance. 


Poster number Presenter Organisation Poster Title 
103 Tharani, Karim University of Saskatchewan, Canada Confluence of Disciplines: Leveraging Digital Curation for Semantization of Endangered Traditions and Languages
113 TU, Zhifang; Yang, Zhiping Chengdu Library and Information Center, Chinese Academy of Sciences / University of Chinese Academy of Sciences /  National Science Library, Chinese Academy of Sciences. Constructing Research Data Publishing Ecosystem and Quality Control Framework
114 Baily, Lailla; Liew, Chern Li Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand Digital GLAM Oral History: Exploration of the Participatory Curation and Ethical Landscape
118 Gelati, Francesco University of Limerick, Ireland Implementing an archival, multilingual and Semantic Web-compliant taxonomy by means of SKOS (Simple Knowledge Organization System)
119 Ma, Rongqian; Wang, Tianni University of Pittsburgh, United States of America Curating Oral Histories of Chinese Cultural Revolution: The Case of CR/10 at the University of Pittsburgh
123 Araujo, Priscylla (1,2); Roncaglio, Cynthia (1) 1: Universidade de Brasília; 2: Exército Brasileiro Diffusion of the Evolution of the Brazilian Land Military Doctrine: Digital curation and virtual reality
150 Roy, Chandra Shekhar Bangladesh Bureau of Statistics, Bangladesh, People's Republic of Historical Data Conversion and Archiving.(Development of Metadata, Conversion and Archiving of the Time Series Data of the Completed Censuses and Surveys of the BBS)
158 Reilly, Michele (2); Thompson, Santi (1) 1: University of Houston, United States of America; 2: University of Arkansas, United States of America Tracking Digital Image Reuse with File Names and Alt Text: A Case Study
160 Ariani, Ria (1); Trianggoro, Cahyo (2) 1: Agency for Assessment and Application of Technology, Indonesia; 2: Indonesia Institute of Science, Indonesia National Regulation on Research Data: An Effort for Assessing the Fairness of Research Data in Indonesia
167 Stokes, Paul Leonard Scott; Kaye, John; Burland, Tamsin; Fripp, Dom; Davey, Tom; Ingram, Caroline Jisc, United Kingdom Introducing the Jisc Open Research Hub
178 Matthews, Brian (1); Lambert, Simon (1); Cousijn, Helena (2); Fenner, Martin (2); Koop-Jakobsen, Ketil (3); de Jong, Maaike (4); Hendricks, Ginny (5); Lammey, Rachael (5); Meadows, Alice (6); Ferguson, Christine (7) 1: STFC; 2: DataCite; 3: University of Bremen; 4: DANS; 5: CrossRef; 6: ORCID; 7: EMBL-EBI Persistent Identifiers in Integrated Research Infrastructures
179 Bocyte, Rasa; Oomen, Johan; Verbruggen, Erwin; de Vos, Jesse Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision Give us the GIFs: Crowd-Curating Iterative Born-Digital Heritage at Scale
180 Cheng, Yi-Yun; Ludaescher, Bertram University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, United States of America Snailed it! Merging Taxonomically Organized Biodiversity Datasets with Shifting Geopolitical Realities
186 Stokes, Paul Leonard Scott; Kaye, John; Burland, Tamsin; Fripp, Dom; Davey, Tom Jisc, United Kingdom WHERE, WHAT, VALUE AND RISK Steps Towards Sustainability Through Realising The Value of Data
191 Molloy, Laura University of Oxford, United Kingdom The Limits of the Institution: Radical Collaboration beyond the Institution to Improve Cultural Heritage Digital Curation
202 Smith, Plato University of Florida, United States of America Supporting Data Management at UF and UTK - A Tale of Two Use Cases
203 Jetten, Mijke (1); Schoots, Fieke (2); Cruz, Maria (3); Kuzak, Mateusz (4); Leenarts, Ellen (5); Teijeiro Barjas, Carlos (6); Verheul, Ingeborg (7) 1: Radboud University, Netherlands, The; 2: Leiden University; 3: VU University Amsterdam; 4: Dutch Techcentre for Life Sciences; 5: DANS; 6: SURF; 7: LCRDM 23 Things revisited: field guides to research data management
204 DIAS, GUILHERME ATAIDE (1); ARAUJO, DEBORA GOMES DE (2); SIEBRA, SANDRA DE ALBUQUERQUE (3) 1: Universidade Federal da Paraíba - UFPB, Brazil; 2: Universidade Federal da Paraíba - UFPB, Brazil; 3: Universidade Federal da Pernambuco - UFPE Brazil Scientific Data Management: A Methodological Study based on Data Life Cycles
213 Peng, Ge (1); Ritchey, Nancy (2); Lief, Christina (3); Maggio, Iolanda (4) 1: NC State University, United States of America; 2: NOAA’s National Centers for Environmental Information, United States of America; 3: WMO Commission for Climatology, Geneva, Switzerland; 4: RHEA Group, Italy Use and Re-use of a Data Stewardship Maturity Assessment Model for Institutional Research Data Management Support
218 Michener, William University of New Mexico, United States of America Effectively Facilitating and Managing Transdisciplinary Research and Cyberinfrastructure Building: Lessons Learned from DataONE and Four Additional Projects
220 Christian, Thu-Mai (1); Peer, Limor (2); Arguillas, Florio (3) 1: University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, United States of America; 2: Yale University, United States of America; 3: Cornell University, United States of America Introducing the CuRe Training Program: A Curriculum in Data Curation for Reproducibility
221 Merrett, Kirsty; Warren, Christopher; Gray, Stephen; Beckles, Zosia; Steer, Damian; Hiom, Debra University of Bristol, United Kingdom Researchers, Impact and Publications (R.I.P.), AKA, how to adapt a cult game to increase engagement and awareness
222 Jingjungvisut, Saowalak East-West Management Institute - Open Development Initiative (EWMI-ODI), Thailand Aggregate, organize and present development data using open data principles
223 Benedict, Karl Kent (1); Hoebelheinrich, Nancy (2) 1: University of New Mexico, United States of America; 2: Knowledge Motifs LLC Building a Global Clearinghouse of Research Data Skill Building Training Resources – a Community Effort
224 Garland, Wendy Elizabeth CEDA  UKRI-STFC, United Kingdom The CEDA archive and JASMIN – combining environmental data repositories with an active research platform
225 Biernacka, Katarzyna; Pinkwart, Niels Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, Germany The Maze of Open Research Data - Does the Unfamiliarity with Data Protection Regulations Prevent the Publication of Research Data?
226 Szuflita-Żurawska, Magdalena Anna; Wałek, Anna Gdansk University of Technology, Poland Open Science Competency Center – towards engaging and supporting researchers in opening research data across disciplines.
227 Wilson, James A J (1); Tenhunen, Ville (2); Russell, Keith (3) 1: UCL, United Kingdom; 2: University of Helsinki, Finland; 3: Australian Research Data Commons Research Data Architectures for Research Institutions - Survey of Research Data Services
228 Romabiles, Katie Ann San Diego State University, United States of America Letters for Justice: Facilitating Research and Supporting Immigrants through a Living Archive
229 Green, Jessica Crystal British Library, United Kingdom Around the British Library in 80 Languages: Engaging with a Different Community Each Week #AToUnknown
230 McNeill, Katherine Harvard University, United States of America Making a Difference with Data: Collective Support for Research Data at Harvard Business School
231 Gibson, Christopher Michael The University of Manchester, United Kingdom Curating the institutional scholarly record using open APIs for Scholix and DataCite
232 Taberman, Ida; Toljander, Ylva; Lindroos, Hanna Swedish University of Agricultural sciences, Sweden A Swedish network for research data management
233 Yan, Emma; Paterson, Clare University of Glasgow, United Kingdom World-changing Transformation: Collections at University of Glasgow Archives & Special Collections
234 Flores, Jacques Paul; Karvovskaya, Lena; De Koning, Danny Utrecht University Library, Utrecht University, The Netherlands Data Managers ON-DEMAND: The Brilliance of Insourcing Data Managers
235 Mertens, Myriam Ghent University, Belgium Setting up a data steward team at Ghent university
236 Klein, Martin Los Alamos National Laboratory, United States of America Knowing is better than not knowing! An academic institution archiving its researchers’ scholarly artifacts.
237 Wildgaard, Lorna (1); Vlachos, Evgenios (2); Hüser, Falco (1); Svendsen, Michael (1) 1: The Danish Royal Library, Denmark; 2: University Library of Southern Denmark Reframing Data Stewardship education in Denmark
238 Gelati, Francesco Institut für Zeitgeschichte München - Berlin / Leibniz Institute for Contemporary History (Germany) Making Authority Records Linked Data-compliant. But according to which Vocabulary?
239 Tanaka, Yasuhiro; Shibai, Kiyohisa; Inagaki, Yusuke; Kato-Nitta, Naoko; Maeda, Tadahiko Research Organization of Information and Systems, Japan A study of adaptation to the social system for shared use of social data ~In the case of Japan~
240 Fürstenau, Cornelia; Ostrowski, Andreas; König-Ries, Birgitta Friedrich Schiller University Jena, Germany Let’s curate together
241 Wilson, Lee (1); Brodeur, Jay (2); Khair, Shahira (3) 1: Portage; 2: McMaster University; 3: University of Victoria Towards a Digital Curation Network in Canada
242 Bellanger, Silke (1); Besmer, Christina (1); Kaufmann, Danielle (1); Keller, Anna (2); Lindenmann, Iris (1); Morger, Jennifer (2); Schreier, Gero (2) 1: University of Basel, Switzerland; 2: University of Bern, Switzerland Handling sensitive data in Social Sciences and Humanities - researchers’ questions, and legal and ethical considerations.
243 Paul-Stueve, Thilo Kiel University, Germany Development of Research Data Management Support at Kiel University
244 Aasman, Susan University of Groningen, Netherlands, The Teaching Digita Curation in Digital Humanities Program
245 Hayes-Brady, Ali (1); Weatherburn, Jaye (2) 1: Monash University, Australia; 2: Melbourne University, Australia Australasia Preserves - 2 Years On
246 Kellam, Lynda; Arguillas, Florio; Block, William Cornell University, United States of America Crafting an R-Squared Repository
247 Melo, Ívina Ministry of Health, Brazil Path to digital curation: measuring compliance with DCC curation lifecycle at the Brazilian Ministry of Health
248 Birkbeck, Gail; Sammon, David; Nagle, Tadhg University College Cork, Ireland Research Data Management: A Data Value Mapping Approach.
249 Elamparuthy, Amrutha (1,2); Sherman, Reid (1,2) 1: U.S. Global Change Research Program; 2: Straughan Environmental Inc The Global Change Information System and Climate Assessment Provenance
250 Gerlach, Roman; Hesse, Bettina; König-Ries, Birgitta Friedrich Schiller University Jena, Germany Criteria for appraisal and assessment of research data upon submission to a data repository
251 Rayburn, Alexandria Jane; Thomer, Andrea University of Michigan, United States of America Timelines of Legacy Databases: Mapping Forgotten Platforms
252 Johnston, Lisa (1); Hadley, Hannah (2); Hudson Vitale, Cynthia (2) 1: University of Minnesota, United States of America; 2: Penn State University, United States of America Collective Curation: An update from the Data Curation Network
253 KARATAS, TUGCE; Lombardo, Prof. Vincenzo University of Torino, Italy Decoding Digital Curation for Cultural Heritage: A Survey of The Current Frameworks on Digital Technologies, Preservation Actions, and Semantic Challenges
254 Ikeuchi, Ui (1,2); Hayashi, Kazuhiro (2) 1: Bunkyo University; 2: National Institute of Science and Technology Policy (NISTEP) Open Science practices in Japan: What is the next step towards data stewardship?
255 Mitcham, Jenny; Wheatley, Paul Digital Preservation Coalition, United Kingdom Introducing the DPC Rapid Assessment Model
256 Middleton, Sarah Digital Preservation Coalition, United Kingdom Engaging Decision Makers: An Executive Guide on Digital Preservation
257 Alex Delipalta (1), Sarah Jones (1),  Rene Van Horik (2), S.Venkataraman (1), Ellen Verbakel (2) 1: Digital Curation Centre; 2: Research Data Netherlands (RDNL) Delivering Research Data Management Services MOOC