#idcc11

IDCC11: Advancing research and technology to safeguard our digital future

The closing keynote at the #idcc11 was presented by Natasa Milic-Frayling from Microsoft Research Cambridge (MSRC), who spoke about advancing research and technology to safeguard our digital future.

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IDCC11: Open data driving scholarly communications in 2020

Professor Philip E Bourne from the Department of Pharmacology at University of California San Diego and Editor-in-Chief of PLoS Computational Biology gave a remote presentation to the conference via Skype to outline what he sees as the future for data publishing.

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Tools for data management planning

The DCC ran a workshop at IDCC which brought together the teams that have developed the UK and US data management planning tools: DMPonline and DMP Tool.

The workshop initially looked at the data policies in each country that define requirements for data management and sharing plans. After coffee we had a demo of each of the tools and discussed future development plans.

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IDCC11 Session 2B: Preservation

Parellel Session 2B on preservation seemed to be only loosely connected to preservation, but all the institutions involved have taken open approaches to archiving.

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IDCC11 Session A1: Data management and planning

Parallel Session A1 on data management and planning pulled together presentations on creation of plans, the skills needed to create them and co-ordination of approaches.

 

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Reflections on IDCC 11 day one

Reflections on IDCC 11 Day One by Clifford Lynch, CNI

Photo (c) Tim Gander

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Researcher perspectives at #idcc11

Summary of presentations in the researcher perspectives session at #idcc11

Give Researchers Credit for All of Their Research
Mark Hahnel, FigShare, Digital Science
 
Reproducible Research
Victoria Stodden, Assistant Professor, Department of Statistics, Columbia University
 
Data Use Attribution and Impact Tracking
Heather Piwowar, DataONE post doc with NESCent
 

Photo (c) Tim Gander

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Organisational perspectives at #idcc11

Summary of presentations in the organisational perspectives session at #idcc11

Data Matters: A view from a research funder
David Lynn, Head of Strategic Planning and Policy, Wellcome Trust
 
Taking care of the university's research data
Jeff Haywood, Vice Principal Knowledge Management, Chief Information Officer and Librarian, University of Edinburgh
 
Data Transparency: Managing the legislative risk
Andrew Charlesworth, Director of the Centre for IT and Law (CITL), University of Bristol

 

Photo (c) Tim Gander

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IDCC11: Public data opportunities

Public Data Opportunities

Summary of keynote at #idcc11 by Ewan McIntosh, CEO, NoTosh

Photo (c) Tim Gander

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