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<p>| ´╗┐Time | Session | Lead | |-------------|---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------|------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------| | 12:30-13:30 | Lunch and networking | | | 13:30-13:35 | Welcome, introductions, housekeeping | Gerry Ryder, Senior Research Software Skills Specialist ARDC | | 13:35-13:40 | Icebreaker | Gerry Ryder | | 13:40-14:00 | From data to software curation: Next Big Challenge | Andrew Treloar, Director, Platforms and Engagements, ARDC | | | Why? What? How? Who? | Natalie Meyers, E-Research Librarian, Univ of Notre Dame | | 14:00-14:20 | Software curation and citation best practices | Chris Erdmann, CDL Library Carpentry Community & Development Director | | | Zenodo and software citation | | | | What The Carpentries can offer | | | 14:20-14:40 | Software development best practice - tools & platforms for managing code development. | Matthias Liffers, Research Software Skills Specialist, Australian Research Data Commons (ARDC) | | | Case study 1: Code repositories (GitHub, Bitbucket) | | | 14:40-15:00 | Software curation best practice - tools & platforms for curating software in the context of publication and re-use. | April Clyburne-Sherin, Outreach Scientist, Code Ocean | | | Case study 2: CodeOcean | | | | Exercise: hands on with CodeOcean | | | 15:00-15:30 | Afternoon tea break | | | 15:30-15:50 | Software curation best practice - tools & platforms for curating software in the context of publication and re-use. | Natalie Meyers | | | Case study 3: WholeTale | | | | Case study 3: ReproZip | | | | Case study 5: Gigantum(optional depending on time) | | | 15:50-16:10 | Software curation best practice case study | Dr Jens Klump, OCE Science Leader Earth Science Informatics, CSIRO, AUS | | | Case Study 6: Scientific Software Solution Centre for Discovering, Sharing and Reusing Research Software | | | | | | | 16:10-16:30 | Software curation networks, initiatives and research: watch, learn, participate | Natalie Meyers | | | Case study 7: URSSI | | | | Case study 8: Software Preservation Network | | | | Case study 9: EAASI | | | | Case study 10: PresQT | | | | Update from the ARDC | Natasha Simons, Associate Director, Skilled Workforce | Australian Research Data Commons | | 16:30-16:55 | Reflections, table discussion, next steps | Natasha Simons | | 16:55-17:00 | Wrap up, thank you and close | Natasha Simons |</p>
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