CIRSS researchers to present at IDCC15

CIRSS faculty and students will participate in the upcoming 10th International Digital Curation Conference (IDCC), February 9-12 in London. This year's theme, "Ten years back, ten years forward: achievements, lessons and the future for digital curation," will focus on how the digital curation research community will be moving the domain forward in the years to come. 


Crediting a Climate Model Dataset Like a Movie? A Case Study in Data Attribution.
Hou, C.-Y., Betancourt, T., & Mayernik, M.

Data workforce needs: Disambiguation of roles using clustering and topic modelling.
Thompson, C. A., & Willis, C. 

Supporting data production description: an exploration of metadata standards.
Chao, T.

Envisioning and Enacting a Coherent Organization-Wide View of Data.
Baker, K., Mayernik, M., Thompson, C. A., Nienhouse, E., Williams, S., & Worley, S.


Mapping methods metadata for research data.
Chao, T.

Enriching Education with Exemplars in Practice: Iterative Development of Data Curation Internships.
Mayernik, M., Thompson, C. A., Williams, V., Allard, S., Palmer., C. L. & Tenopir, C.

YesWorkflow: A User-Oriented Language-Independent Tool for Recovering Workflow Structure, Provenance, and Semantics from Scripts.
McPhillips, T., Song, T., Kolisnik, T., Aulenbach, S., Belhajjame, K., ... & Ludäscher, B.

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