Monday, November 7, 2011
8:30am to 5:00pm
Albert R. Mann Library (Room 160)
Ithaca, NY 14853
Presenter: Jake Carlson, Purdue University Libraries
Coordinator: Gail Steinhart, Cornell University Libraries
The Data Curation Profile (DCP) is a tool for librarians, and others, who want or need to gather information about data generated and used in research that may be published, shared, and archived for re-use and dissemination. The Data Curation Profile Toolkit is a set of inter-related resources designed to capture information about data generated by single scientists/scholars/labs based on their needs and preferences for these data.
With funding from the Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS), a limited number of full day workshops will be presented at venues across the US throughout 2011. The scope of these workshops is to train participants in the application and use of the Data Curation Profile Toolkit. ENY/ACRL is pleased to be a sponsor of one of these workshops.
For additional information and registration details, please see: https://confluence.cornell.edu/x/FhsDCQ