#IDCC16: Atomising data: Rethinking data use in the age of explicitome

Guest blog post from the conference by Alastair Dunning, Research Data at TU Delft

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#IDCC16: Strategies and tactics in changing behaviour around research data

Guest blog post from #IDCC16 by Alastair Dunning, Research Data at TU Delft

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IDCC16 Birds of a Feather sessions - what, why, how

We're running BoFs - Birds of a Feather sessions - again at this year's International Digital Curation Conference after trying them for the first time in London for IDCC15. We learned some lessons from doing that, and as a result we've changed the process. The main thing we learned, however, was that not enough people understood what these sessions were for and how to take part in them. This news item explains that, and the new process. It's also your opportunity to propose BoF sessions and start generating interest in your proposals.

This post was updated on Thursday February 18th with corrected information.


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Open Data Panel at #IDCC16

The 11th International Digital Curation Conference is just around the corner and we are anticipating great discussions in Amsterdam in couple of weeks.

In the first of our series of preview posts, members of the Open Data Panel at IDCC - Fiona Nielsen, Marta Hoffman-Sommer, Phil Archer, Thomas Ingraham and Jeroen Rombouts - briefly explain why open data is important, what are the benefits as well as challenges to sharing research data.

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DMP workshop at IDCC

We’re pleased to announce that the DCC is running a workshop at IDCC in collaboration with the California Digital Library and the DART project on supporting and reviewing Data Management Plans.


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IDCC16 - Programme announced

The Programme for IDCC16 is now available with details of keynotes, panel, plenary speakers, papers, posters and demos.

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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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