Webinar Recording: Radical Collaboration in Practice – Data Curation Network Update

Webinar Recording: Radical Collaboration in Practice – Data Curation Network Update

Title RDAP Webinar Recording

The recording is now available for yesterday’s RDAP webinar, “Radical Collaboration in Practice – Data Curation Network Update.”

The recording is available here.

Thanks again to our presenters, Lisa Johnston, Hoa Luong, and Liza Coburn for an informative and thought provoking webinar.

We look forward to learning more about the work of the DCN in the July 22 webinar “Primerpalooza: Introducing Data Curation Primers.” Register now for the webinar.

Thank you very much,
Jon Wheeler
University of New Mexico

RDAP Webinar: Radical collaboration in practice: Data Curation Network Update

RDAP Webinar: Radical collaboration in practice: Data Curation Network Update

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Presenters: Lisa Johnston (U of Minnesota), Hoa Luong (U of Illinois), and Liza Coburn (U of Minnesota) on behalf of our DCN project team

The RDAP Education and Resources team is excited to announce an upcoming webinar, “Radical collaboration in practice: Data Curation Network Update.”

Date and time: July 8, 2-3PM EST

On behalf of the DCN team, presenters include:

  • Lisa Johnston (U of Minnesota),
  • Hoa Luong (U of Illinois), and
  • Liza Coburn (U of Minnesota)

The Data Curation Network project is now officially up and running. Watch this webinar to hear about how we prepared the people, systems, and procedures in place in order to curate data sets across 9 institutions. Each dataset submitted to the Network is assigned to a curator who has the domain and/or software skills to expertly apply CURATE steps to check, understand, and recommend actions that will ensure the data are of long-term reuse value. This project update will focus on the outputs of Year 1 of our a three-year implementation phase funded by the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation. We will share lessons learned for putting radical collaboration into practice that will be of broad interest to the RDAP community.

The webinar is free. For more info and to register, go to 
tulane.zoom.us/meeting/register/cfb2dcd7131be5858c34be5db4a05ad8

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.

Thank you,

Jon Wheeler

Thinking locally, looking globally: Sustainable preservation in an age of uncertainty (RDAP Webinar)

Thinking locally, looking globally: Sustainable preservation in an age of uncertainty (RDAP Webinar)

Save the date: April 5, 3-4PM EDT

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The RDAP Education and Resources team is excited to announce an upcoming webinar, “Thinking locally, looking globally: Sustainable preservation in an age of uncertainty.” Please join us for a discussion of issues and strategies relevant to planning and implementing sustainable digital preservation services. It is sure to be a great conversation!

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RDAP Summit Special Issue 2018 NOW AVAILABLE!

The Journal of eScience Librarianship (JeSLIB) released the RDAP Summit Special Issue 2018.

Volume 7, Issue 3 (2018) Special Issue: Research Data and Preservation (RDAP) Summit 2018

The issue comes out of a collaborative initiative with JeSLIB and RDAP showcasing the research presented at the 2018 summit and includes full-length papers and EScience in Action articles.

Visit the Journal of e-Science Librarianship at escholarship.umassmed.edu/jeslib

Be sure to check out two commentaries about the RDAP Summit 2018 published in the previous issue of JeSLIB: Joanna Thielen’s, “A Newbie at the RDAP Summit, or How I Learned that the RDAP Summit is for Everyone” and Ali Krzton’s “Supporting the Proliferation of Data-Sharing Scholars in the Research Ecosystem.”

Information about RDAP 19 can be found on our summit page as it becomes available.

The Journal of eScience Librarianship (JeSLIB) is an open access, peer-reviewed journal advancing the theory and practice of librarianship focusing on services related to data-driven research in science, technology, engineering, math, social sciences, medicine, and public health.