Because good research needs good data


Thirty-eight posters were on display at IDCC 2010, addressing a wide variety of issues and challenges.

  1. Effective Data Management in Africa.
    Lynn Woolfrey, University of Capetown.
  2. Understanding Research Practice & Enhancing Digital Curation in the Biomedical Domain:Requirements for the Participatory Development of a Pilot Data Management Infrastructure.
    Mhorag Goff, Meik Poschen, Rob Procter, June Finch, Simon Collins, Mary McDerby, Jon Besson, Tom Grahame & Lorraine Beard – University of Manchester.
  3. Open Access, Reuse and Preservation of Palæoclimate Data.
    Gregory Jean Louis Tourte – University of Bristol.
  4. Who is responsible for data? A case study exploring data authorship, ownership, and responsibility and their implications for data curation.
    Jillian Claire Wallis, Christine L Borgman & Matthew S Mayernik – University of California Los Angeles.
  5. Educating eScience Librarians.
    Jian Qin, John D’Ignazio, Megan Oakleaf, Kevin Crowston, & Andrea Wiggins – Syracuse University; Gail Steinhart – Cornell University.
  6. Building Partnerships Between Social Science Data Archives and Institutional Repositories.
    Jared Lyle, George Alter & Amy Pienta – ICPSR, University of Michigan.
  7. The Data Discussion Group: Growing a data-curation aware community of librarians.
    Dianne Dietrich, Keith Jenkins & Gail Steinhart – Cornell University Library.
  8. Data Management Planning at the Digital Curation Centre.
    Martin Donnelly – DCC/ University of Edinburgh; Sarah Jones – DCC/University of Glasgow.
  9. Testing the DAF for Implementation at Georgia Tech.
    Susan Wells Parham – Georgia Institute of Technology.
  10. A Virtual Archives and Preservation Curriculum Laboratory at Simmons GSLIS.
    Ross Harvey & Martha Mahard – Simmons College.
  11. Digital Preservation Outreach & Education (DPOE) Initiative.
    George Coulbourne – Library of Congress.
  12. Modelling the Development of Research Data.
    Alex Ball – DCC/UKOLN, University of Bath; Mansur Darlington & Tom Howard – IdMRC, University of Bath.
  13. Curation of a Disk Image Collection to Support Education.
    Kam Woods & Christopher Lee – University of North Carolina.
  14. How to Re-Tool Librarians for Data Curation.
    Sherry Lake & Andrew Sallans – University of Virginia Library.
  15. Identifying library services for the future: a focus group of translational researchers.
    Taryn Resnick – Texas A&M, University Medical Sciences Library; Susan K Camina & Tania P Bardyn – University of California-Los Angeles, Louise M Darling Biomedical Library.
  16. Enhancing The Recognition, Reusability, And Transparency Of Scientific Data Using Digital Object Identifiers.
    Bruce E Wilson – School of Information Sciences, University of Tennessee & Oak Ridge National Laboratory; Tammy W Beaty, Robert B Cook, Christopher W Lenhardt, Jon Grubb, Les A Hook & Carol A Sanderson – Oak Ridge National Laboratory.
  17. An Overview of Arts and Humanities Research Data Infrastructure Initiatives in Germany.
    Felix Lohmeier & Heike Neuroth – State and University Library, Göttingen, Germany; Kathleen Marie Smith – University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
  18. Data Curation at UCSD: Partnerships and Networks.
    Ardys Kozbial, Mary Linn Bergstrom, Declan Fleming & Bradley Westbrook – University of California San Diego (UCSD); David Minor – San Diego Supercomputer Center (SDSC).
  19. Reconsidering the OAIS Reference Model for Record Management and Archiving in a Cloud Computing Environment.
    Jan Askhoj & Shigeo Sugimoto – University of Tsukuba.
  20. A curation-aware repository supporting information-intensive scholarly research.
    Costis Dallas, Agiatis Benardou, Dimitris Gavrilis & Panos Constantopoulos – Athena Research Centre.
  21. A Description of Data Citation Instructions in Style Guides.
    Mark P Newton & Michael Witt – Purdue University; Hailey Mooney – Michigan State University.
  22. Invisible PREMIS: Uncovering Barriers to Implementation.
    Elizabeth E Coburn – University of Illinois.
  23. Incremental: support for managing your research data.
    Sarah Jones, Kellie Snow & Laura Molloy – University of Glasgow; Catharine Ward & Lesley Freiman – Cambridge University Library.
  24. A Novel Use of the Data Curation Profile for Enabling International Research Collaboration.
    Megan Sapp-Nelson – Purdue University; Zipporah Ropp – Moi University, Kenya.
  25. An iRODS Based Data Replication Service for Institutional Data Curation.
    Robert H McDonald, Kurt Seiffert, Jon Dunn, Brian Wheeler, Matt Link & Stephen Simms – Indiana University; Chris Jordan – Texas Advanced Computing Center (TACC).
  26. Data citation in the wild.
    Valerie Enriquez – DataONE & Simmons College; Sarah Walker Judson – DataONE & Brigham Young University; Nicholas M Weber – DataONE & University of Illinois Champaign-Urbana; Suzie Allard – DataONE & University of Tennessee; Robert B Cook & Bruce Wilson – DataONE & Oak Ridge National Laboratory; Heather Piwowar – DataONE & National Evolutionary Synthesis Center; Robert J Sandusky – DataONE & University of Illinois at Chicago; Todd J Vision – DataONE & National Evolutionary Synthesis Center.
  27. Closing the Digital Curation Gap Focus Groups: Establishing a Baseline of Digital Curation Practice and Knowledge.
    Christopher A Lee, Heather Bowden & Helen Tibbo – University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
  28. Where Are They Now: A Survey of Digital Curation Activities in Cultural Heritage Institutions.
    Heather Bowden – University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
  29. The CDR Workbench.
    Gregory Neil Jansen & Erin O'Meara – University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
  30. Archiving the Videogame Software Development Process: Appraisal or Documentation Strategy?
    Megan Alicia Winget & Walker Sampson – University of Texas at Austin.
  31. History Archaeology Linguistics Onomastics & GENetics (HALOGEN): The challenges of an interdisciplinary research database infrastructure.
    Jonathan Andrew Tedds, David Carter, Mary Visser & Mark Jobling – University of Leicester.
  32. DigCCurr Professional Institutes – Bridging the Education Gap for Digital Practitioners.
    Kaitlin Costello & Helen Tibbo – University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
  33. Creating a Data Management Plan and Other Training Opportunities in the Library.
    Lisa R Johnston & Meghan Lafferty – University of Minnesota.
  34. Archivematica: Using Micro-Services and Open-Source Tools to Deliver a Comprehensive Digital Curation System.
    Peter Van Garderen – Artefactual Systems.
  35. eBlackChampaign-Urbana: Community Informatics meets Data Curation.
    Noah James Lenstra – University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
  36. Marketing a Small-Scale Subject Repository Through Collection Development.
    Jessica Madeleine Adamick – University of Massachusetts.
  37. Ecological Data Sharing: an example of the Brazilian Program for Biodiversity Research (PPBio).
    Flávia Pezzini – Instituto Nacional de Pesquisas da Amazônia (INPA), Brazil; Debora Drucker – State University of Campinas (UNICAMP), Brazil; Dayane Oliveira, Rainer Amorim & William Magnusson – INPA; Maria Luiza Braz Alves – Ministério de Ciência e Tecnologia, Brazil
  38. The BIOTA/FAPESP Program: The Virtual Institute of Biodiversity.
    Debora Drucker, Carlos Alfredo Joly & Jose Augusto Salim – State University of Campinas (UNICAMP), Brazil