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November 2010

Special Double Issue of IQ on Data Documentation Initiative

Guest Editors Notes - Mary Vardigan and Joachim Wackerow

Welcome to a special double issue of the IASSIST Quarterly featuring articles focused on the Data Documentation Initiative (DDI), a metadata standard for the social sciences. We are proud to present these six articles, which explore various projects related to DDI 3 and its enhanced features. more...

Special Interest Group on Data Citation (SIGDC) Formed

We are pleased to announce the creation of a new Special Interest Group on Data Citation (SIGDC) to promote awareness of data-related research and scholarship through data citation. The group is co-chaired by Mary Vardigan and Michael Witt. more...

SPARC Digital Repositories meeting includes session on open data

Kathleen Shearer of the Canadian Association of Research Libraries organized and chaired a panel on Open Data was held at the SPARC Digital Repositories meeting on November 8, 2010.  IASSIST members Gail Steinhart and Chuck Humphrey were two of the three members on this panel.  Kevin Ashley, Director of the Digital Curation Centre (DCC), was the third. more...

ICPSR Offers Guidance on Data Management Plans

In response to NSF's new requirement for data management plans in grant applications, ICPSR recently rolled out new Web pages providing guidance on how to create such plans effectively: http://www.icpsr.umich.edu/icpsrweb/ICPSR/dmp/. more...

data in the C&RL (news)

One of our own IASSISTers, Hailey Mooney, has an article on data services in this month's College & Research Libraries News (http://crln.acrl.org/content/71/9/480.full)

Woohoo!! Congrats Hailey. Big ups to data!!

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