Opening Keynote for IDCC15

We are delighted to announce that Tony Hey will be delivering the opening keynote at IDCC15 on Monday 9 February 2015.

 

The DCC was launched on 1 March 2004, following a successful response to JISC Circular 6/038 by a consortium comprising the Universities of Edinburgh and Glasgow (which together hosted the National e-Science Centre), UKOLN at the University of Bath, and STFC, which managed the Rutherford Appleton and Daresbury Laboratories.   - See more at: http://www.dcc.ac.uk/about-us/history-dcc/history-dcc#sthash.WkBFtjVs.dpuf
The DCC was launched on 1 March 2004, following a successful response to JISC Circular 6/038 by a consortium comprising the Universities of Edinburgh and Glasgow (which together hosted the National e-Science Centre), UKOLN at the University of Bath, and STFC, which managed the Rutherford Appleton and Daresbury Laboratories.   - See more at: http://www.dcc.ac.uk/about-us/history-dcc/history-dcc#sthash.WkBFtjVs.dpuf

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IDCC15 - Call for Papers

The Call for Papers for the 10th International Digital Curation Conference has now been released.

 

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New EPSRC template in DMPonline

We're pleased to announce that there's now an EPSRC template in DMPonline.

This used the DCC Checklist for a Data Management Plan as its basic framework, and provides details from the EPSRC policy expectations to help users respond.

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Customising DMPonline - admin interface launches

We're pleased to announce the launch of the DMPonline admin interface, which allows organisations to customise the tool. You can now add your own templates, custom guidance and examples without needing assistance from the DCC.

Image credit: CC-BY by zzpza

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DCC developer job

Come and work for the DCC! We're currently recruiting a systems developer.

See current vacancies on the University of Glasgow website, reference  008866

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Repository Fringe 2014 - programme announced!

After much planning behing the scenes, the programme for Repository Fringe 2014 has finally been announced ahead of the event at the end of July.

provides an annual forum for repository administrators, developers/coders, and information professionals to interact and explore the application of innovative technologies including cultural developments (such as research data management principles and open data, social media, altmetrics) to their ongoing repository work in a relaxed and informal environment. - See more at: http://www.dcc.ac.uk/events/other-dcc-events/repository-fringe-2014#sthash.jELHoC1I.dpuf

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