Videos of the DataCite Summer Meeting now online

"Making Datasets Visible and Accessible" was the motto of the first DataCite Summer Meeting in Hannover from 7-8 June 2010. Access to research data via the internet took centre stage at the conference which was organised by DataCite and the TIB (German National Library of Science and Technology). The internationality of the more than 100 participants was remarkable: library and information specialists, as well as researchers and representatives from publishers and data centres, had travelled from 12 countries. Below you will find the videos and slideshows of the conference:

Monday 7 June 2010

14.00 Welcome addresses / Uwe Rosemann, TIB
» video (51.7 MB)

14.15 What is DataCite? / Adam Farquhar, the British Library
» video (146 MB) / slideshow

Session 1 / Metadata for datasets - More than pure citation information?
14.30 OECD paper on metadata standards for data citation / Toby Green, OECD publishing
» video (177 MB) / slideshow

15.00 DataCite Metadata Jan Brase, DataCite, TIB
» video (182 MB) / slideshow

15.30 DDI – Metadata for social science data / Wolfgang Zenk-Möltgen, Gesis
» video (195 MB) / slideshow

16.00 Discussion Session 1
» video (134 MB)

Session 2 / Peer-review systems and the publication of datasets - Ensuring quality
16.30 The ESSD journal - and the data publication process / Hans Pfeiffenberger, AWI
» video (118 MB) / slideshow

16.45 Data acquisition and data publishing with eSciDoc / Matthias Razum, FIZ Karlsruhe
» video (125 MB) / slideshow

17.00 Data publishing in the context of the ICSU World Data System (WDS) example PANGAEA / Michael Diepenbroek, marum
» video (224 MB) / slideshow

17.15 Publication of climate data / Michael Lautenschlager, dkrz
» video (119 MB) / slideshow

17.30 Towards a data publishing framework for primary biodiversity data / Vishwas Chavan, GBIF
» video (82.2 MB) / slideshow

17.45 Acquiring high quality research data / Andreas Hense, Bonn-Rhine-Sieg University of applied Sciences
» video (164 MB) / slideshow

18.00 Discussion Session 2
» video (163 MB)

Tuesday / 8 June 2010 / 9.30–18.15

Session 3 / Trustworthiness of Data Centres - A technological, a structural and a legal discussion
9.30 The data seal of approval / Henk Harmsen, DANS
» video (120 MB) / slideshow

9.50 Criteria for the trustworthiness of data centres / Jens Klump, GFZ Potsdam
» video (112 MB) / slideshow

10.10 Research data - A funder‘s perspective / Stefan Winkler-Nees, DFG
» video (263 MB) / slideshow

10.30 Discussion Session 3
» video (80.6 MB)

Session 4 / Best-practise and examples - What can be done and is done worldwide?
11.00 The Australian National Data Service (ANDS) / Adrian Burton, ANDS
» video (95.5 MB)

11.30 The Dataverse Network Merce Crosas, University of Harvard
» video (206 MB)

12.00 The Baseline Surface Radiation Network / Gert König-Langlo, AWI
» video (152 MB) / slideshow

12.30 Speeding Science-Microsoft Research Solutions for Data Curation / Lee Dirks, Microsoft Research
» video (155 MB) / slideshow

13.00 The Dryad and DataONE project in the US / William Michener, University of New Mexico
» video (299 MB) / slideshow

13.30 PANGAEA - data library for the Earth System / Hannes Grobe, AWI
» video (254 MB)

Session 5 / Visualisation of datasets - More than meets the eye
14.30 Visualisation of data / Jürgen Bernhard, GRIS
» video (163 MB) / slideshow

15.00 Visualisation of OECD data / Toby Green, OECD publishing
» video (287 MB) / slideshow

15.30 Visualisation of chemical data / Brian MacMahon, IUCR
» video (270 MB) / slideshow

Session 6 / Datasets and scholarly journals - A perfect combination?
16.30 Thieme Chemistry and their data strategy / Susanne Haak, Thieme
» video (188 MB) / slideshow

17.00 Linking data from ScienceDirect articles / IJ. J. Aalbersberg, Elsevier
» video (200 MB) / slideshow

17.30 The STM view on data publication / Eefke Smit, STM Association
» video (98.8 MB) / slideshow

17.50 Discussion Session 6
» video (70.2 MB)

18.00 Conference Closing
» video (22.0 MB)

DataCite helps researchers to find, access, and reuse data (Impressum).