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The 2017 DataONE Users Group Meeting will be held July 24th and 25th and collocated with the Summer ESIP Federation Meeting. Both meetings will be held at the Indiana Memorial Union, Indiana University in Bloomington, IN.
The DUG meeting will be a 2-day event July 24-25th featuring plenary presentations, topical breakout sessions and community led discussions. There is no cost for meeting registration.
Meeting Theme and Objectives
The 2017 meeting theme, “Data Discoverability, Reproducibility, and Sustainability”, will bring together stakeholders to explore current advancements in these areas. Community talks and posters that explore broad topics of discoverability, reproducibility and sustainability are invited. Some examples are provided below:
Data Discoverability: this theme focuses on providing access to distributed data across heterogeneous systems in efforts for aggregating, disseminating, and linking data and related research materials.
- Describing, Documenting, and Representing Data
- Connecting journal articles to datasets to repositories
- Distinguishing between publishing, data, preservation repositories
Reproducibility: this theme focuses on enabling research data to be used, reused, and duplicated in order for current and future researchers to understand, reproduced, and build on existing research data.
- Best Practices, Guidelines, and Standards
- Procedures, Tools, and Workflows
- Projects, Prototypes, and Use Cases
Sustainability: this theme focuses on implementing components, building blocks, and synergies necessary for the development, growth, and extensibility of projects throughout the project lifecycle and post-funding support.
- Collaborations, Partnerships, and Stakeholders
- Infrastructure, Resources, and Support
- Computation, Integration, and Certification
DataONE encourages DataONE Member Nodes, data scientists, researchers, scientists, students and others to submit abstracts for posters and talks.
Meeting Agenda (short version)
Comprehensive agenda with room locations, presenters, abstracts and collaborative note-taking / remote access links.
Monday Jul 24th
|0830||Session 1: Welcome to the DUG, Introduction to DataONE and Update|
|0910||Session 2: DUG Introductions and Business Meeting|
|0940||Session 3: DataONE Member Node Federation|
|Breakout A: DOIs, Services and Member Benefits
Breakout B: Linked Data
|Breakout C: Education Clearinghouse
Breakout D: Provenance
|1550||Session 6: Report Back from Break Outs|
|1730||Reception and Poster Session|
Tuesday Jul 25th
|0830||Opening Remarks, Announcements|
|0850||Session 8: Community Oral Presentations|
|1030||Session 9: Birds of a Feather*|
|1140||Session 10: Report Back and Discussion|
|1330||Session 11: Community Oral Presentations|
|1450||Session 12: Moderated Discussion "Revisiting the Past and Looking forward for the DUG"|
*Potential Topics: Data Center Certification, DUG Community, MN Onboarding, Trust/authenticity, Value provided by DataONE
Optional Social Event
Following the success and theme of the last DUG excursion, we have arranged for a private tour of Cardinal Spirits (http://cardinalspirits.com/tours/) on Tuesday Jul 25th at 7.15pm. Tours last approximately 45 minutes and include a full tasting and cocktail. The cost is $10 per person to be paid on the day provided we have sufficient numbers. If you are registered for attending the DUG meeting and wish to join this event, please indicate your interest by filling our a quick form here.
A block of rooms had been held at the GSA per diem rate of $104/night at the following hotels. The blocks will be held until July 7, 2017 or until they are filled, whichever comes first. The group rate has been coordinated through ESIP so if the hotel asks for a group name, please give ESIP and not DataONE.
For individuals not able to attend the meeting, we plan to live stream a number of sessions.
Nominations for DUG Chairs
We are currently seeking nominations for Chair/Vice-Chair or Co-Chair positions for the DUG. Information on the DUG procedural guidelines detailing roles and responsibilities can be found at: https://www.dataone.org/DUG-guidelines. Interested parties should email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information or for nomination.
DUG Steering Committee:
Felimon Gayanilo (co-chair), Plato Smith (co-chair), Steven Aulenbach, Amber Budden, Debora Drucker, Rebecca Koskela, Myrica McCune, Laura Moyers, Shannon Rauch, Robert J. Sandusky, Stephanie Simms, Heather Soyka