Because good research needs good data

7th International Digital Curation Conference

Public? Private? Personal? navigating the open data landscape

05-07 December 2011 |

Digital curation manages, maintains, preserves, and adds value to digital information throughout its lifecycle, reducing threats to long-term value, mitigating the risk of digital obsolescence and enhancing usefulness for research and scholarship.
IDCC brings together those who create information, those who curate and manage it, those who use it and those who research and teach about curation processes.
Hear what Kevin Ashley, Director of DCC, says about the conference and why you should attend. Listen to the podcast.
This year’s International Digital Curation Conference (IDCC) will be held in Bristol at the Marriott Royal Hotel.  
There will be a programme of pre and post-conference workshops.
The main conference will run from Tuesday 6th - Wedneday 7th December 2011.

Conference registration fees

  • DCC Associates: £275
  • DCC Non Associate: £325
  • Group Institutional Rate: £250

Find out more about becoming a DCC Associate.

There are a limited number of discounted student places available. Please email us if you require further information.

Please note that after 25 November 2011 there will be no discounted rates available - all registrations will be charged at £325.

The conference will be presented jointly by the Digital Curation Centre, UK in partnership with the Coalition for Networked Information (CNI).
The Programme Committee will be co-chaired by Kevin Ashley – Director of the Digital Curation Centre, Liz Lyon - Associate Director of the DCC and Clifford Lynch, Executive Director of CNI.