Cornell University

Program

Monday, May 31st

All pre-conference meetings are at The Statler Hotel
Time Session Topic Room
9:00-5:00 Administrative Committee Meeting Yale / Princeton
2:00-9:00 DDI Alliance Meeting Taylor

 

Tuesday, June 1st

All workshops (W1A-W2E) are at Mann Library
Time ID Session Topic Instructor / Moderator Room
9:00-12:00 W1 Introduction to International Financial Data Bobray Bordelon 100
W2 SPSS, Stata, SAS: Flavours of Statistical Software A. Michelle Edwards B30-A
W3 Inside Roper Center Services: Beyond Survey Questions and Answers Lois Timms-Ferrara and Marc Maynard B30-B
W4 Digital Preservation Management Part 1 Nancy McGovern 160
W5 Newly Available Integrated Data for Social Scientists, Demographers and Health Researchers Part 1 Sarah Flood, Katie Genadek, and Christopher Ward Stone Lab
12:00-1:30 LUNCH  (on your own)
1:30-4:30 W6 Introduction to R Harrison Dekker and Ryan Womack CIT Lab
W7 DDI3 Repository-based Data Management with Colectica Jeremy Iverson B30-A
W8 Go screencasting go!: Creating screencast tutorials to support data products Lynda Kellam B30-B
W9 Digital Preservation Management Part 2 Nancy McGovern 160
W10 Newly Available Integrated Data for Social Scientists, Demographers and Health Researchers Part 2 Sarah Flood, Katie Genadek, and Christopher Ward Stone Lab
5:00-6:00 2010 Program Committee meeting, meet in lobby at Mann Mann Library
6:00-8:00 RECEPTION  at  Johnson Art Museum  Opening Remarks by John Abowd, Edmund Ezra Day Professor of Industrial and Labor Relations, Cornell University Johnson Art Museum


Wednesday, June 2nd

All conference sessions are at The Statler Hotel
Time ID Session Topic Instructor / Moderator Room
8:00-9:00 CMTE CAI-DDI Meeting Review Mary Vardigan Yale / Princeton
9:00-10:00 PLENARY Repositories and Cloud Services for Data Cyberinfrastructure Sandy Payette, DuraSpace Auditorium
10:00-10:30 BREAK Foyer
10:30-12:30 A1 Developing a Longitudinal Data Archive: Lessons Throughout the Data Lifecycle Jack Kneeshaw, UK Data Archive/ESDS Taylor
A2 Downstream Curation: Researchers and Data Management Katherine McNeill, Massachusetts Institute of Technology Auditorium
A3 New Directions in Inter-Archival Collaboration from the Data Preservation Alliance for the Social Sciences (Data-PASS) Amy Pienta, ICPSR Yale / Princeton
A4 DDI 3 Tools: Possibilities for Implementers (First Session) Arofan Gregory, Open Data Foundation Amphitheater
12:30-1:45 LUNCH  (provided) Carrier Ballroom
1:45-3:15 B1 Models of Collaboration in Data Curation Michele Hayslett, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Taylor
B2 Connecting the Dots: New Tools for Research Daniel Edelstein, University of Windsor Yale / Princeton
B3 Beyond the Traditional Data Archive Robert Downs, CIESIN - Columbia University Auditorium
B4 DDI 3 Tools: Possibilities for Implementers (Second Session) Arofan Gregory, Open Data Foundation Amphitheater
3:15-3:45 BREAK Foyer
3:45-5:15 C1 Social Networking in Action Ernie Boyko Taylor
C2 Data Sharing: An Important Step in Scientific Method Chuck Humphrey, University of Alberta Auditorium
C3 Sustainable Data Preservation Nancy McGovern, ICPSR Amphitheater
C4 New Directions in Qualitative Data Access Libby Bishop, UK Data Archive/University of Leeds Yale / Princeton


Thursday, June 3rd

All conference sessions are at The Statler Hotel
Time ID Session Topic Instructor / Moderator Room
8:00-9:00 CMTE Optional Committee Time    
9:00-10:00 PLENARY The Afrobarometer at Ten: Building a Network of Survey Research in Africa Boniface Dulani, Michigan State University and University of Malawi Auditorium
10:00-10:30 BREAK Foyer
10:30-12:30 D1 Automated Curation Tools and Services for Metadata Ann Green, Yale University Auditorium
D2 Stir it Up: Comparative Data Wendy Watkins, Carleton University Amphitheater
D3 Virtual Research Environments: Tools for Presenting and Storing Data Ron Nakao, Stanford University Taylor
D4 Restricted Data Access: Principles and Standards Oliver Watteler, GESIS Yale / Princeton
12:30-2:00 LUNCH   BUSINESS LUNCH (provided) Carrier Ballroom
2:00-3:30 E1 Engaging New Users Lynda Kellam, University of North Carolina at Greensboro Auditorium
E2 Connecting the IASSIST Community Across the Web: IASSIST Publications Committee and e-Community Infrastructure Action Group Discussion with Members Robin Rice, EDINA and Data Library, University of Edinburgh Amphitheater
E3 Panel: Confidentiality and Access Concerns of the Social Sciences and Human Subjects Ethics Review Boards Libbie Stephenson, Social Science Data Archive, University of California, Los Angeles Taylor
E4 Secure Remote Access to Restricted Data Jon Stiles, University of California, Berkeley Yale / Princeton
3:30-3:45 BREAK Foyer
3:45-4:30 PK Social Networking / User Needs Tom Lindsay Auditorium
4:30-5:30 Poster Session Set Up Terrace Lounge
5:30-7:00 RECEPTION Wine and Cheese Poster Session Lynda Kellam Terrace Lounge
7:00-12:00 BANQUET (with live music) The Purple Valley Carrier Ballroom


Friday, June 4th

All conference sessions are at The Statler Hotel
Time ID Session Topic Instructor / Moderator Room
8:00-9:00 CMTE Optional Committee Time    
9:00-11:00 F1 Data Reference in Depth (Part I): Subjects, Sources and Challenges Bobray Bordelon, Princeton University Auditorium
F2 Data Management: Engaging Researchers and Crossing Disciplines Gail Steinhart, Cornell University Amphitheater
F3 Connecting with the Community: Stakeholder Participation in the Development and Operation of Qualitative Data Archives Gavan McCarthy, University of Melbourne eScholarship Research Centre Taylor
F4 Providing Secure Access to Sensitive Data Melanie Wright, UK Data Archive Yale / Princeton
11:00-11:30 BREAK Foyer
11:30-1:00 G1 Data Reference in Depth (Part II): Access, Citation, and Instruction Bobray Bordelon, Princeton University Auditorium
G2 Social Network Dynamics Harrison Dekker, University of California, Berkeley Amphitheater
G3 Preservation: Interoperability and Reproducibility Bo Wandschneider, University of Guelph Taylor
1:00-2:00 LUNCH  (provided) Carrier Ballroom
2:00-3:00 PLENARY The End of Marketing As We Know it, and the Rise of Sociological Metrics Dave Linabury, Vice-President, Group Director of Social Media, Campbell-Ewald Auditorium
3:00-3:15 BREAK Foyer
3:15-4:15 WRAP-UP Auditorium


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