The University of New Mexico, as a DCN Ambassador Institution, will host an in-person data curation workshop October 23-24, 2023, in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
This free two-day training session expands on the CURATE(D) workflow as a training foundation to bring together library data specialists, discipline and functional experts in a peer-to-peer learning environment. You can view our workshop curriculum for an overview of our workshop agenda. Participants will be invited to create or update a data curation primer individually or as part of a group.
We especially invite applications from individuals at minority serving institutions, including Historically Black Colleges and Universities and Hispanic Serving Institutions, and members of historically oppressed communities. Applications are open to international participation. A limited number of seats will be reserved for applicants from the US Southwest.
- July 31: Applications open
- Note: While there is no cost to attend, participants are responsible for arranging their own travel. Consider applying for external funding through the Digital Preservation Outreach and Education Network.
- August 25: Applications due
- September 1: Applicants will be notified of status
- September 8: Registration / confirmation required
The workshop is capped at 30 participants. Applications will be reviewed using this publicly available rubric.