New DCC web site
Welcome to the all-new Digital Curation Centre website! It feels like the right time for a refresh with our growing team and increasing international engagements through our dedicated consultancy, trainings and project-focussed work.
RDMF20: RDM and Data Sharing/Openness in The Arts - Virtual Forum
The DCC and Royal College of Art are hosting a virtual RDMF event on the 3rd of June 2020. We have a number of excellent speakers lined up and we will use the best online tools to make an engaging and informative event about the management of Arts Data.
Sarah Jones to move to new role at GÉANT
Saying goodbye to any member of DCC staff is always poignant even as we wish them well in their new role. But it is with particular sadness that I announce the forthcoming departure of Sarah Jones, the DCC's Associate Director at Glasgow, who has been a mainstay of our work since she joined HATII in 2006. Sarah will be leaving us at the end of June to take up a new role at GÉANT as their EOSC...
Maintaining DCC services during the COVID-19 crisis
A statement on the maintainence of DCC services during the COVID-19 crisis. In summary: everything is still fine.
New DCC guide: tips on online meetings and events
The Digital Curation Centre has run or spoken at many webinars in the past, and staff are also familiar with several web-conferencing platforms from various international projects. In light of the COVID19 pandemic, we’ve been pooling of our knowledge to help others adapt to remote working. The result is a practical guide on running online meetings and events.
Tips on running...
Delivering Research Data Management Services (DRDMS) MOOC
Our successful online course on Delivering Research Data Management Services is now on its second run since the 24th of February. Over 1500 participants from 116 countries joined us earlier in September. Following the incredible interest in the material, the course is now CPD Certified.
Join us now!
Save the non-confirmed date!
RDM service delivery models: procure, provide, partner
16th OR 17th March, Melbourne
We have a workshop agenda and provisional room booking but need your input to confirm dates!
See the event programme and register your interest.
Introducing the IDCC2020 keynotes: Dr Kostas Glinos
Kostas will talk about Open Science policies, responsible research data management, in line with the FAIR principles. His talk will open day two of IDCC, 19th February.
Introducing the IDCC2020 keynotes: Professor Francine Berman
Francine Berman will talk about the Internet of Things (IoT) at the 15th edition of the International Digital Curation Conference. She will give the opening keynote on 18th of February 2020.