JISC/CNI Meeting Reports

This blog represents a record of the recent JISC/CNI Meeting 2010 Managing Data in Difficult Times: policies, strategies, technologies and infrastructure to manage research and teaching data in a fast changing technological and economic environment.

To read summaries or to hear interviews with the speaker, please select a session from the list below:

Opening Plenary: The Data Conservancy and the US NSF DataNet Initiative
Sayeed Choudhury, John Hopkins University
[interview] [session summary]

Cloud Computing and Advanced Networking: Developments in HE
Greg Jackson, EDUCAUSE
[session summary]

Undergraduate Learning, Small Colleges and Digital Gaming: Collaboration and the State of Play
Bryan Alexander, NITLE
[interview]

Innovation in Learning and Teaching: Benefits of Using Real World Data
Jackie Carter, Mimas, University of Manchester
[interview]

An Integrated Strategy for Mobile Devices
Joan Lippincott, CNI
[interview]

Big Data and the Reinvention of the Humanities
Greg Crane, Tufts University
[session summary]

First Capture Your Data
Peter Ainsworth, University of Sheffield
[session summary]

Shared Services
Chris Cobb, Roehampton University
[session summary]

Preserving Libary Collections
Roger Schonfeld, ITHAKA
[session summary]

Yale Digital Commons
Meg Bellinger, Yale University
[interview]

Enhanced Learning: Institutional Strategies for Digitisation and Education
Jessica Gardner, University of Exeter
[interview]

Open Data Policies
Heather Joseph, SPARC
[session summary]

Open Data Policies
Liz Lyon, UKOLN
[session summary]

Special Collections Transformed by Technology
Cliff Lynch, CNI
[interview]

Moving Forward with Digital Preservation at the Library of Congress
Laura Campbell, NDIIPP, Library of Congress
[session summary]

Sustainable Digital Preservation and Access
Chris Rusbridge, Chris Rusbridge Consulting
[session summary]

Repositories and Cloud Services for Data Infrastructure
Sandy Payette, DuraSpace
[interview]

Repositories Update UK
Peter Burnhill, EDINA
[interview]

Memento: Versioning Resources to Support HTTP-Based Discovery
Herbert Van de Sompel, Los Alamos National Laboratory
[session summary]

Supporting Technical Innovation in the UKL Repositories UK
Paul Walk, UKOLN
[session summary]

Closing Plenary: The International e-Science Movement: Status and Future
Professor Dan Atkins, University of Michigan
[session summary]

The speakers’ slides can be found at the event home page here.

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