16th International Digital Curation Conference
Data quality and data limitations: working towards equality through data curation
The 16th edition of the International Digital Curation Conference (IDCC) will take place on 19th of April 2021. IDCC21 will be a virtual event. We hope this will enable more people, from a broader community and geographical area to attend.
The 16th edition of IDCC will focus on data quality and its impact on research output. Suggested topics include transparency in all aspects of data collection and assessment, data sovereignty, promoting diversity and inclusion in digital skills programmes, and the curation of misinformation.
The programme will be condensed to one day as opposed to the customary two days. The main Programme will take place on Monday the 19th of April and will consist of keynote lectures, papers and lightning talks. We will also be hosting the IDCC Unconference on Tuesday, 20th of April.
IDCC21 will run in parallel with the RDA 17th Plenary Meeting, which will take place 20-22 April. The RDA Plenary is hosted by the Digital Curation Centre, as part of an Edinburgh week of data management. The RDA Plenary will focus on global challenges for opening and sharing data.