Publications

IJDC's new policy on data

From January 2014, the International Journal of Digital Curation (IJDC) will require authors to include data citations in their submissions wherever applicable. The journal will also require them to place their data in a custodial environment where it will be preserved for an appropriate period, given a permanent and resolvable identifier, and made available as openly as possible.

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'What's New' Issue 53: March 2013

The Digital Preservation Coalition (DPC) and Digital Curation Centre (DCC) are delighted to announce a new issue of our joint newsletter ‘What’s New’.

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SCONUL Focus 56 newsletter now available

Issue 56 of the Society of College, National and University Libraries (SCONUL) Focus newsletter contains a number of intersting pieces relating to research data management.

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Supporting the Changing Research Practices of Chemists

A new Jisc funded study on the scholarly practices of academic chemists has been released by Ithaka S+R . The study covers themes such as data management, research collaboration, library use, discovery, publication practices, and research funding.

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'What's New' Issue 52: February 2013

The Digital Preservation Coalition (DPC) and Digital Curation Centre (DCC) are delighted to announce a new issue of our joint newsletter ‘What’s New’.

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RDM at Monash University

The DCC is pleased to release a case study on the improvement of Research Data Management at Monash University. We're very grateful to Sam Searle, Anthony Beitz, Wilna Macmillan and Andrew Harrison for their input to this.

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'What's New' Issue 50: November 2012

The Digital Preservation Coalition (DPC) and Digital Curation Centre (DCC) are delighted to announce a new issue of our joint newsletter ‘What’s New’.

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