DCC News

DCC curation webinar: Customising DMPonline

The DCC are pleased to announce that we will shortly be launching a new series of free online training sessions which will take place throughout the spring and summer. These brief sessions will last for one hour and will provide participants with an introduction to some of the current issues, some examples of emerging good practice, and an overview of tools and approaches.

 

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IDCC14 - Poster Preview

We have had an amazing response to our call for posters and are now able to offer a preview of those that will be on display at IDCC14.

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IDCC14 keynote speaker interviews

Check out our series of preview interviews with keynote speakers, including: Dr Fran Berman, the Edward G. Hamilton Distinguished Professor in Computer Science at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute; Atul Butte, Chief of the Division of Systems Medicine and Associate Professor of Pediatrics and Genetics at Stanford University; and Trisha Cruse, Director of the University of California Curation Center at the California Digital Library (CDL) and co-organiser of IDCC14.  

 

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IDCC14 - Programme update

The Peer review process has been completed and details of all the accepted papers have now been added to the programme.

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DMPonline v.4 launches

We're pleased to announce that the DCC has just launched a new and improved version of DMPonline, our web-based tool for creating Data Management Plans.

This new release marks a major progression in terms of usability. The evaluation showed that users had difficulties creating a mental model of how the tool worked. We’ve simplified the concepts behind the tool and responded to requests to shorten the DCC Checklist and ask funder questions directly instead.

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How does DMPonline v.4 work?

We’ve made some major changes to DMPonline this year in light of user feedback:

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IDCC14 - Workshop registration is now open

The workshop programme for IDCC14 has now been published and registration is open.

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Your feedback is needed! Future shape of the RDMF

We’re seeking your thoughts on our long-running Research Data Management Forum series of events. We’ve set up a short (5 question) survey covering the format, frequency, topics and venues of future RDMF meetings.

 

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IDCC14 - Registration and Programme

Registration is now open for IDCC14.

The draft programme is also available, giving details of more precise timings and a preview of the confirmed speakers.

 

The speaker roster looks great – it speaks to the overarching theme of this year's IDCC, which is “Data driven transformations in research, education, business, and society”. I'm really glad to see Fran Berman as a keynote since she's been a great role model for many up-and-coming technology professionals. I'm also excited to hear Atule Butte speak about transferring lessons he learned in the private sector to his current work in pediatric endocrinology at Stanford. - See more at: http://www.dcc.ac.uk/blog/idcc14-preview-trisha-cruse#sthash.2nflC3x2.dpufThe speaker roster looks great – it speaks to the overarching theme of this year's IDCC, which is “Data driven transformations in research, education, business, and society”. I'm really glad to see Fran Berman as a keynote since she's been a great role model for many up-and-coming technology professionals. I'm also excited to hear Atule Butte speak about transferring lessons he learned in the private sector to his current work in pediatric endocrinology at Stanford. - See more at: http://www.dcc.ac.uk/blog/idcc14-preview-trisha-cruse#sthash.2nflC3x2.dpuf
The speaker roster looks great – it speaks to the overarching theme of this year's IDCC, which is “Data driven transformations in research, education, business, and society”. I'm really glad to see Fran Berman as a keynote since she's been a great role model for many up-and-coming technology professionals. I'm also excited to hear Atule Butte speak about transferring lessons he learned in the private sector to his current work in pediatric endocrinology at Stanford. - See more at: http://www.dcc.ac.uk/blog/idcc14-preview-trisha-cruse#sthash.2nflC3x2.dpufThe speaker roster looks great – it speaks to the overarching theme of this year's IDCC, which is “Data driven transformations in research, education, business, and society”. I'm really glad to see Fran Berman as a keynote since she's been a great role model for many up-and-coming technology professionals. I'm also excited to hear Atule Butte speak about transferring lessons he learned in the private sector to his current work in pediatric endocrinology at Stanford. - See more at: http://www.dcc.ac.uk/blog/idcc14-preview-trisha-cruse#sthash.2nflC3x2.dpuf
The speaker roster looks great – it speaks to the overarching theme of this year's IDCC, which is “Data driven transformations in research, education, business, and society”. I'm really glad to see Fran Berman as a keynote since she's been a great role model for many up-and-coming technology professionals. I'm also excited to hear Atule Butte speak about transferring lessons he learned in the private sector to his current work in pediatric endocrinology at Stanford. - See more at: http://www.dcc.ac.uk/blog/idcc14-preview-trisha-cruse#sthash.2nflC3x2.dpuf
The speaker roster looks great – it speaks to the overarching theme of this year's IDCC, which is “Data driven transformations in research, education, business, and society”. I'm really glad to see Fran Berman as a keynote since she's been a great role model for many up-and-coming technology professionals. I'm also excited to hear Atule Butte speak about transferring lessons he learned in the private sector to his current work in pediatric endocrinology at Stanford. - See more at: http://www.dcc.ac.uk/blog/idcc14-preview-trisha-cruse#sthash.2nflC3x2.dpuf
The speaker roster looks great – it speaks to the overarching theme of this year's IDCC, which is “Data driven transformations in research, education, business, and society”. I'm really glad to see Fran Berman as a keynote since she's been a great role model for many up-and-coming technology professionals. I'm also excited to hear Atule Butte speak about transferring lessons he learned in the private sector to his current work in pediatric endocrinology at Stanford. - See more at: http://www.dcc.ac.uk/blog/idcc14-preview-trisha-cruse#sthash.2nflC3x2.dpuf

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IDCC14 - Submission date extended

We are pleased to announce that due to popular demand the paper submission date for IDCC14 has been extended by 7 days and will now close at 12 midnight GMT on Monday 28th October 2013.


 

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