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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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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Investing in Opportunity: Policy Practice and Planning for a Sustainable Digital Future - Save the Date

Registration is now open for the exciting two day digital preservation conference ‘Investing in Opportunity: Policy Practice and Planning for a Sustainable Digital Future’ which will take place at the Wellcome Trust in London on 17th – 18th November 2014. 

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IDCC15 - Save the Date

"Ten years on: highlighting achievements, lessons learnt and continuing challenges for data curation."

We are delighted to announce that the 10th International Digital Curation Conference will be held from Monday 9 February to Thursday 12 February at 30 Euston Square, London, UK.

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New case study: assigning DOIs at Bristol Uni

Monica Duke and Stephen Gray have collaborated on a new case study for the DCC.

Assigning Digital Object Identifiers to Research Data at the University of Bristol

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