Thursday, April 14, 2011

Event: 7th International Digital Curation Conference - CALL FOR PAPERS

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7th International Digital Curation Conference - CALL FOR PAPERS
Title: "Public? Private? Personal? navigating the open data landscape"
5 - 7 December 2011, Bristol, UK
IDCC11 will be presented by the Digital Curation Centre, UK in  partnership with the Coalition for Networked Information (CNI). The Programme Committee invites submissions of papers that reflect current concerns in digital curation and specific concerns arising from our conference theme:
  • Lessons learned from the inter-disciplinary use of open data: examples of enablers, barriers and success stories
  • Curation of mixed data collections, with open and sensitive or private content
  • Gathering evidence for benefits of data sharing
  • Building capacity for the effective management, sharing and reuse of open data
  • Scale issues in the management of sensitive data
  • Tensions between maintaining quality and openness
  • Linked data, open data, closed data and provenance
  • Technical and organisational solutions for data security
  • Developing new metrics for open data
  • Ethical issues and personal data
  • Legislation and open data
Full details of the Call for Papers can be found at:

Submissions will be accepted from 9 May 2011

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