|Date:||Wednesday, November 15th, 2017|
|Time:||9:00 am - 5:00 pm EST|
|Location:||National Library of Medicine / Bethesda, MD|
Peter Wittenberg, (bio)
Co-Editor of “Recommendations for Implementing a Virtual Layer for Management of the Complete Life Cycle of Scientific Data” will keynote
This special one-day workshop for scientists and data and information professionals is focused on characterizing and managing digital representations of research objects (DRO) including publications, data sets, software, audio, video, and specimens in a dynamic digital science ecosystem. This workshop will explore how the challenges of characterizing DROs at scale (in volume and over time) are being met now or might be met in future cyberinfrastructure designs.
The Workshop will provide a venue for attendees to network with their peers and hear from leading experts.
National Federation of Advanced Information Services (NFAIS),
Research Data Alliance/US (RDA/US), and the
National Academies Board on Research Data and Information (BRDI)
National Library of Medicine
- Publicity Flyer
- Participant List
- Workshop Agenda
- Peter Wittenberg - "Digital Objects – the core of the complex Data Market"
- Larry Lannom - "C2CAMP"
- Brooks Hanson - "Implementing Best Practices around FAIR Data in Scholarly Publishing"
- Julie McMurry - "Identifiers for the 21st Century: Potholes, Prevention, Persistence"
- Todd Carpenter - "Identify Everything: The role of standard identifiers in communicating science"
- Patricia Cruse - "Persistent Identifiers: Glue and Connections"
- Carole Goble - "Research Objects: More than the sum of many parts"
- Lisa Kempler - "EarthCube's Use Case Collection Project: Why we did it, what we learned"
- Dave Vieglais - "Connecting Users with Digital Research Objects"
- Danie Kinkade - "Managing Oceanographic Research Results"
- James Myers - "An Ecosystem Approach to Data Services and Digital Research Objects"
- Jim Hendler - "Respondent Thoughts"