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DMPRoadmap summer camp news

This summer we’ve made solid progress toward our DMPRoadmap MVP, done oodles of outreach for machine-actionable DMPs, and addressed some DMPTool and DMPonline-specific items. Keep reading for the high-level highlights and what to expect in the coming months:

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Roadmap retrospective: 2016

Here's an update on DMPRoadmap, courtesy of Stephanie Simms at CDL
 
The past year has been a wild ride, in more ways than one... Despite our respective political climates, UC3 and DCC remain enthusiastic about our partnership and the future of DMPs. Below is a brief retrospective about where we’ve been in 2016 and a roadmap (if you will...we also wish we’d chosen a different name for our joint project) for where we’re going in 2017. Jump to the end if you just want to know how to get involved with DMP events at the International Digital Curation Conference (IDCC 2017, 20–23 Feb in Edinburgh, register here).
 
In 2016 we consolidated our UC3-DCC project team, our plans for the merged platform (see the roadmap to MVP), and began testing a co-development process that will provide a framework for community contributions down the line. We’re plowing through the list of features and adding documentation to the GitHub repo—all are invited to join us at IDCC 2017 for presentations and demos of our progress to date (papers, slides, etc. will all be posted after the event). For those not attending IDCC, please let us know if you have ideas, questions, anything at all to contribute ahead of the event!

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DPC/DCC What's New: Issue 36 now available

DCC and DPC are delighted to announce the release of What's New Issue 36.

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DPC/DCC What's New: Issue 35 now available

DCC and DPC are delighted to announce the release of What's New Issue 35.

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DPC/DCC What's New: Issue 30 now available

DCC and DPC are delighted to announce the release of Issue 30 of What's New.

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New Institute for Web Science

The Government has announced the creation of the new Institute for Web Science.  Designed to make the UK the hub of international research into the next generation of web and internet technologies, it will be a centre for research and development, enabling collaboration with businesses and identifying opportunities for social and economic benefit from use of the Web.  With Web 3.0 expected to introduce a new level of activity by publishing dat

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