DCC News

What staff resource is allocated to RDM Services, and is it enough?

First of a three -part briefing on the responses to the DCC survey of Research Data Management services in UK Higher Education Institutions, carried out in May 2015.

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CODATA Data Science Journal - call for papers

The CODATA Data Science Journal is currently seeking submissions. 

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CODATA-RDA School of Research Data Science

Applications are now open for the CODATA-RDA School of Research Data Science

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Variety in RDM requirements, a curse or the spice of life?

A report from the 'requirements' breakout discussion at RDMF14, the Research Data Management Forum event in York 9-10th November 2015.

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#IDCC16 - late workshop submissions welcome

The Programme Committee is still open for any late submissions of workshop proposals. 

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DCC is recruiting for an RDM Systems Developer

RDM Systems Developer The Humanities Advanced Technology and Information Institute (HATII) at the University of Glasgow is looking for a new systems developer to join our team.

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Become the official #IDCC16 blogger or photographer

The DCC is looking for an official blogger and an official photographer for the International Digital Curation Conference 2016, ‘Visible Data, Invisible Infrastructure’, to be held in Amsterdam on 23-24 February 2016.

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DCC Publications Schedule

Our plan for guidance publications 2015-16, responding to feedback we received from a 'quick poll' on topics and formats.

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CARL’s Portage announces the launch of DMP Assistant

As part of its Portage initiative, CARL announced the launch of DMP Assistant on October 21st. This national, open, bilingual data management planning tool will assist researchers throughout their projects. DMP Assistant was adapted from the (UK) Digital Curation Centre’s DMPOnline tool and is hosted at the University of Alberta.

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Guidance publications - Are we getting it right?

Some responses from our consultation on guidance publications, and what they tell us about the current range of DCC guides.

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