IDCC brings together those who create and manage data and information, those who use it and those who research and teach about curation processes.
Our view of ‘data’ is a broad one – video games and virtual worlds are of just as much interest as data from laboratory instruments or field observation. Whether the information originates in the arts, humanities, social or experimental sciences the issues faced are cross-disciplinary.
This year’s IDCC was held jointly by the UK Digital Curation Centre and the Graduate School of Library and Information Science, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign in partnership with the Coalition for Networked Information (CNI).
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In partnership with the Coalition for Networked Information (CNI) we held our 5th International Digital Curation Conference on the theme "Moving to Multi-Scale Science: Managing Complexity and Diversity" at the Millennium Gloucester Hotel & Conference Centre London Kensington.
The Programme Committee was chaired by:
In partnership with the National e-Science Centre [external] and supported by the Coalition for Networked Information (CNI) [external] we held our 4th International Digital Curation Conference on the theme "Radical Sharing: Transforming Science?," which comprised a mix of peer-reviewed papers, invited presentations and international keynote speakers.
With a particular focus on Digital Data Curation in Practice this conference addressed different aspects of the curation lifecycle including managing repositories, educating data scientists and understanding the role of policy and strategy.
As well as an impressive line-up of international main speakers, the conference included numerous paper presentations and a dedicated poster and demonstration session that reflected the close links between ourselves and other national, and international, initiatives and projects.
We held our 1st International Digital Curation Conference at the Hilton Bath City hotel, Bath and welcomed a range of international speakers including: