DCC News

Understanding and comparing digital curation costs to support smarter investments

The Collaboration to Clarify the Costs of Curation (4C) project release beta version of Curation Costs Exchange (CCEx) to help organisations better understand and compare their digital curation costs.  

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New DCC Checklist on Selecting Data to Keep

New guide offers help to researchers on selecting data for long term storage

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International Journal of Digital Curation opens its first rolling issue

The first papers from the International Journal of Digital Curation, Volume 9, Issue 2 have been published online.

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NeDICC animated video: An introduction to the basics of Research Data

New NeDICC animated video aims to introduce basic concepts about research data as a foundation for research data management training. 


 

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IDCC15 - Registration now open

Registration for our 10th International Digital Curation Conference is now open.

 

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IDCC15 Keynote to focus on Digital Humanities

We are delighted to announce that Melissa Terras will be delivering the keynote address at IDCC15 on the morning of Tuesday 10 February.

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Data papers strand at IDCC

Tell us about your data!

It’s a big anniversary for us this year. It’s 10 years of the DCC and we’re celebrating by bringing a new concept to IDCC. You may have spotted on the Call for Papers that there’s a new type of submission – data papers.
 

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Opening Keynote for IDCC15

We are delighted to announce that Tony Hey will be delivering the opening keynote at IDCC15 in London 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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Where are they now? An RDM update from the Open University

The latest in our series of catch-up blog posts is the Open University which was incorporated into our Institutional Engagement programme in autumn 2013. At that time the OU had only recently commenced an internal project to develop as institutional framework for the management of research data which was being led by Library Services. We catch up with Isabel Chadwick to find out what progress they have made in the last year:   The OU’s Research Data Management project ended in January 2013, the key outcomes of which were the creation of:

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Record Turnout for Repository Fringe 2014

EDINA's Nicola Osborne summarises the highlights of Repository Fringe 2014. Presentations and 

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