IFLA 2017 Satellite Meeting: Library Theory and Research Section, Preservation and Conservation Section & Information Technology, Warsaw University, Faculty of Journalism, Information and Book Studies, Warsaw, Poland
Data Curator’s Roles and Responsibilities: International and Interdisciplinary Perspectives
16 – 17 August 2017
Warsaw, Poland, Warsaw University, Faculty of Journalism, Information and Book Studies
This is a call for participants to register and attend the Satellite meeting jointly arranged by the Information Technology Section, Library Theory and Research (LTR) Section and Preservation and Conservation Section. The satellite meeting will take place at the Warsaw University, Faculty of Journalism, Information and Book Studies, Warsaw, Poland.
The primary goal of the Satellite Meeting is to engage the international scholarly community in a conversation leading to a better understanding of the challenges that the new requirements for the dissemination of research data are posing to researchers and information professionals and to discuss the main trends in data curation/research data management practices and education. The satellite meeting will explore the international and interdisciplinary perspectives on the roles and responsibilities of data curators.
See the satellite meeting website for registration and more information.
Last update: 19 June 2017