We are excited to announce that the Data Curation Network (DCN) will collaborate once again with the Association of Research Libraries (ARL) on examining institutional expenses for public access research data. The awarded Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS) grant (LG-254930-OLS-23) will allow continuation and further development of the Realities of Academic Data Sharing … Continue reading The Association of Research Libraries, in collaboration with the Data Curation Network, receives an IMLS Grant to continue exploring research data sharing expenses
As part of our research project, “Sustaining Open Research: Institutional Repository Readiness,” we are happy to share the recording from our first virtual learning event on "Funding Agencies and the Desirable Characteristics." Our speakers have also archived their slides, which are available through the DCN's repository and linked from our project page. We also invite … Continue reading Sustaining Open Research: Data Sharing Readiness Virtual Learning Event
This post is by Shawna Taylor, ARL Project Manager, and Mikala Narlock, Director of the DCN. Today the Association of Research Libraries (ARL) and the Data Curation Network (DCN) jointly submitted a response to NIST’s request for comments on the Research Data Framework (RDaF), version 1.5. This version of the Framework was developed after gathering … Continue reading ARL and the DCN respond to NIST’s request for comments on the RDaF
We are excited to announce that the Data Curation Network will collaborate with Ithaka S+R on their recently awarded grant from the National Science Foundation to support the development of infrastructures for data sharing within data communities. The project will bring together scientists and information technology professionals for focused discussions about initiating and sustaining data … Continue reading New NSF-Funded Collaboration between Ithaka S+R and the Data Curation Network
Marley Kalt is a Data Management Consultant at Johns Hopkins University. She was interviewed by Andrew Battista in July 2020. How did you come to your current position? I recently completed a Master’s in Information Science. Before graduate school I knew I wanted to go into academic librarianship, and through digital curation coursework and extracurricular … Continue reading Get to Know DCN Curator Marley Kalt!
Last month, our friends Jay Brodeur (McMaster) and Lee Wilson (ACENET/Portage) from the Portage Network organized the first Canadian Data Curation Forum held at McMaster University in Hamilton, Ontario October 16-18, 2019. Cynthia Hudson Vitale and Lisa Johnston were invited to give a talk and share in this exciting development. We also taught a mini-workshop on … Continue reading DCN helps to foster a Canadian data curation network