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Thursday, October 26 • 1:00pm - 2:30pm
#r3b: This Data Isn't Going to Curate Itself

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Presentations
 
Curating for Reproducibility
Limor Peer(1), Thu-Mai Christian(2), Florio Arguillas(3)
1: Yale University, United States of America; 2: University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill; 3: Cornell University
 
CURE (CUrating for REproducibility) is a consortium of academic institutions in support of research data curation and code review for the purpose of facilitating the digital preservation of the evidence base necessary for future understanding, evaluation, and replication of scientific claims.
 
 
Research Data Preservation
Brett Currier(1), Bommae Kim(2), Courtney Butler(1), Cynthia Edwards(1), Lu Dayrit(1)
1: Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City; 2: University of Virginia Health System
 
We are implementing a data preservation system, Preservica, to support transparent and reproducible research at our institution. The project scope includes policies and guidelines, workflows, metadata, collection structures within the platform, and technical setups. We will introduce our project with a focus on the workflows and guidelines.
 
 
Securing the Future of Federal Research: Mirroring Data.gov as a Vital Scholarly Resource
Stephen Abrams
California Digital Library
 
Federal research data are a valuable national resource and strategic asset vital to scholarship, governmental accountability, and informed public policy. In response to politically-instigated concerns about ongoing access to these data, CDL and CSS have created Datamirror.org as an independent mirror of the federal government’s Data.org portal.
 

Speakers
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Stephen Abrams

Associate Director, UC Curation Center, California Digital Library


Thursday October 26, 2017 1:00pm - 2:30pm
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