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NSF DataNet: Curating Scientific Data
(Georgia Institute of Technology, 2009-05-18)
The National Science Foundation (NSF) DataNet program aims to create "a set of exemplar national and global data research infrastructure organizations (dubbed DataNet Partners) that provide unique opportunities to communities ...
The Data Conservancy: A Blueprint for Research Libraries in the Data Age
The Data Conservancy (DC) is one of two awards through the National Science Foundation (NSF)'s DataNet program. DC shares a common vision: Data curation is a means to collect, organize, validate and preserve data so that ...
Building our Brand: Researchers supporting Research Teachers supporting Teaching
(Johns Hopkins University Libraries, 2010-01-16)
The overarching goal of DC is to support new forms of inquiry and learning to meet these challenges through the creation, implementation, and sustained management of an integrated and comprehensive data curation ...
Sustainable Data Curation Infrastructure
The Data Conservancy: A Web Science View of Data Curation
(Georgia Institute of Technology, 2010-02-25)
The Data Conservancy is one of two initial awards through the National Science Foundation's DataNet Program. The Data Conservancy shares a common vision that data curation is not an end, but rather a means to provide ...
Data curation: An ecological perspective
(College and Research Library News, 2010-04)
The library community has shown a great deal of interest regarding potential roles to support new forms of scholarship often called “eScience.”1 Scientific research has indeed become increasingly data-intensive, but the ...
Initiatives from the NSF's DataNet Program: DataONE and the Data Conservancy
This session, from the EDUCAUSE 2009 Annual Conference, features reports on two initiatives from the National Science Foundation's DataNet Program. DataNet Observation Network for Earth (DataONE) represents a new virtual ...
Open Access from Digital Library Viewpoint
Johns Hopkins University has recently received two awards through the US National Science Foundation (NSF) that relate to open access issues. The first award is through the NSF DataNet program that focuses on the development ...