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Launched: July 18, 2014
The UC Data Curation (DC) Common Knowledge Group (CKG) is a group of experts and pioneers in the area of curation of scholarly, educational, and research data including both physical and born digital, open and restricted. The DC CKG supports the work of researchers and the Libraries throughout data lifecycle, from creation to access and re-use. The DC CKG communicates with and provides support to the UCL Advisory Structure, but is not a decision-making body. To foster innovation in digital services related to supporting research and scholarship using data, the DC CKG openly communicates, meets regularly, and encourages broad participation from all levels of staff who are responsible for or involved in this area.
See more detail in the UC Data Curation CKG Charter.
Listserv (for regular communication): firstname.lastname@example.org (for archived content, access http://listserv.ucop.edu/cgi-bin/wa.exe?A0=DCCKG-L)
Monthly meetings: Contact the meeting organizers to be added to the meeting invitation.
CKG chairs (2021-22): Wasila Dahdul (UCI), Chair / Ibraheem Ali (UCLA), Vice-Chair
Google Drive folder: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/0B-ECx5ymmAGpckZvLWx4NThvR28?usp=sharing
Slack channel: digitalcuration.slack.com
- If you don't already have a slack account, you can create one here: https://digitalcuration.slack.com/signup/
- If you have an email from a UC campus or UCOP, you should automatically be able to get in.
- If you cannot access the Slack channel using your email address, please contact John Chodacki at CDL for a direct invite: https://digitalcuration.slack.com/signup/
- Virtual Meetings 2014
- Virtual Meetings 2015
- Virtual Meetings 2016
- Virtual Meetings 2017
- Virtual Meetings 2018
- Virtual Meetings 2019