IDCC13 Previews: Stephanie Wright and Patricia Cruse
Two further preview blog postings on the forthcoming 8th International Digital Curation Conference (IDCC13) are now available.
The first has been written by Stephanie Wright who is currently the Data Services Coordinator at the University of Washington Libraries and is responsible for developing and implementing a data services programme to support the research data management needs of UW faculty and students. Her focus is to promote collaboration on data management resource development, service provision and education which she does by building relationships between the Libraries and research data-related entities both on and off campus.
Stephanie’s preview posting on the Conference is available on the Digital Curation Centre Web site.
The second preview is by Patricia Cruse, the founding director of the University of California Curation Center (UC3) at the California Digital Library and who is responsible for all services within UC3. Trisha works collaboratively with the ten UC campuses to develop sustainable strategies for the curation and preservation of digital content that supports the research, teaching, and learning mission of the University. She has developed and oversees several of CDL’s major initiatives, including the NDIIP-funded Web Archiving Service, micro-services, a new and innovative approach to building infrastructure, the Merritt Repository, and the EZID Service.
Trisha’s preview posting on the Conference is available on the Digital Curation Centre Web site.