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310. Data Curation


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Category: Communication

Description: The four papers in Session 310 explore the issues and topics pertaining to the theme of Data Curation with exampes of current practice. Session chair: Laura Alagna.

License: CC-By Attribution 4.0 International


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  • 310.1 The Network Electronic Archiving Concept for Organizing Digital Preservation for Small Archives

    Johansen & Nørøxe
    This paper presents details about a network organization that enables small public archives in Denmark to do professional digital preservation that bo...

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  • 310.2 From Theory to Practice: The art and implementation of trustworthy digital repository certification

    Tieman & Walls
    In January 2015, GPO initiated a project to assess FDsys/govinfo against the ISO 16363 Trustworthy Digital Repository standard. As part of the assessm...

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  • 310.3 Earning trust: A case of digital preservation at two private archives

    Gillesse & Ras
    In this paper a comparison is made between two private Dutch archives (Het Nieuwe Instituut and International Institute of Social History) and how the...

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  • 310.4 The Art of Preserving Scientific Data: Building collaboration into the preservation of a legacy database

    Anderson, Braxton, Imker & 1 more
    Scientists collect, generate, and analyze data in a variety of forms. Oftentimes, this leads to datasets that have been organized, rendered, and store...

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