CIRSS to make strong showing at eighth annual IDCC

CIRSS faculty, PhD students, and staff will make a strong showing at the eighth annual International Digital Curation Conference (IDCC). Taking place January 14-16, 2013, in Amsterdam, IDCC brings together an international group of those who create and manage data and information, those who use it, and those who research and teach about curation processes. Three students who participated in the Data Curation Education in Research Centers (DCERC) program will present posters at the conference: University of Tennessee School of Information Sciences students Christopher Eaker, Kayla Siddell, and Erica Johns.

Find below a full list of CIRSS participation at IDCC:

"The Product and System Specificities of Measuring Impact: Indicators of Use in Research Data Archives"
Nicholas Matthew Weber and Andrea K. Thomer from CIRSS; Matthew S. Mayernik from the National Center for Atmospheric Research Library; and Robert E. Dattore, Zaihua Ji, Steven Worley from the National Center for Atmospheric Research - CISL / RDA

"Model Development for Scientific Data Curation Education"
Mary Marlino, Karon Kelly, and Matthew S. Mayernik from the National Center for Atmospheric Research; Suzie Allard and Carol Tenopir from the University of Tennessee at Knoxville; and Carole L. Palmer and Virgil E. Varvel, Jr., CIRSS

"The tail and the telling: Distribution of NSF funding 2008-2011"
Nicholas Matthew Weber, CIRSS

"Describing the quality of research datasets across disciplines: a comparative study"
Tiffany Chao, CIRSS

"Levels of Services and Curation for High-Functioning Data"
G. Sayeed Choudhury, Johns Hopkins University; Carole Palmer and Karen S. Baker, CIRSS; and Timothy DiLauro, Johns Hopkins University

"Where Have All the Scientific Data Gone: LIS Perspective on the Data At Risk Predicament"
Cheryl Annette Thompson (CIRSS), William Davenport Robertson, and Jane Greenberg from the University of North Carolina

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