IDCC17 - Call for Papers

22 August, 2016 | in DCC News
By: Bridget Robinson

'Upstream, Downstream: embedding digital curation in workflows for data science, scholarship and society'

The Call for Papers for the 12th International Digital Curation Conference has now been released.

The call focuses on the challenge of embedding digital curation in organisational workflows to ensure that not only is data findable, accessible, interoperable and reusable (FAIR), but that we have flexible and resilient infrastructures openly available to support communities in this endeavour.

The key topics in the Call for Papers are:-

  • Policy harmonisation and monitoring for a joined-up data world
  • Capacity development for open science skills and readiness

  • Reproducibility and provenance across research workflows

  • Sensitivity, ethical data management 

  • Reusability of digital collections

  • Discoverability and data publishing

Submissions can take a number of forms, including research papers, practice papers, posters, demonstrations and workshops.

For more details on the submission process, criteria and submission deadlines, please visit the conference website