The University of Edinburgh’s Research Data MANTRA course was first developed in 2010–11 as part of the JISC Managing Research Data programme. Commendably, development of the course did not end with the conclusion of the project. Indeed, Se…
BoF at IDCC15: Building infrastructure for scientific data
The Birds of a Feather sessions were a new feature of the IDCC conferences introduced in 2015. I attended the session on ‘Building Infrastructure for scientific data: Contrasting curation approaches across the lifecycle” in which practitioners compared notes on the tools they are providing for researchers to curate their data. The aim of the session was explained by the conveners as “to bring people together to talk about succeses in building infrastructure and effectively engaging scientists in data curation and overcoming challenges”.
Birds of a Feather session at IDCC15: Forging our digital future together
One of the aims of the 2015 International Digital Curation Conference was to take a look at how digital curation has matured over the past decade. A notable sign of this increasing maturity is the move away from each organization developing its own bes…
See you soon at #IDCC15!
Our yearly International Digital Curation Conference is fast approaching and in less than a week we will be welcoming you all in London.read more