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Please join us for the second University of California Digital Library Forum (UC DLFx) conference, taking place May 20-22nd at UC San Diego.

When:May 20-22, 2019 (Pre-conference on May 20, sessions May 21-22)
Where: UC San Diego campus, Atkinson Hall at the Qualcomm Institute

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Tuesday, May 21 • 1:15pm - 1:45pm
Dryad: All of your questions answered about UC's data publishing platform

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Dryad and California Digital Library (CDL) partnered to address researcher needs and drive adoption of research data publishing. Since partnering last year, a joint product team across CDL and Dryad has transitioned the Dryad digital repository on to UC’s Dash technology. As we gear up to launch this collaborative service for the UC and global research communities, it is essential that we get testing communication plans underway. We are looking to UC librarians and research stakeholders for feedback and ideas for successfully launching the renewed Dryad (while removing the branding Dash) in our UC community. Come join this session to hear about our new UC service, including discussions on Dryad’s technical infrastructure, library administrative features, and research workflow integrations.

Speakers
avatar for Daniella Lowenberg

Daniella Lowenberg

Data Publishing Product Manager, California Digital Library
Product Manager for Dryad at California Digital Library and member of the Make Data Count team working to provide stewardship for open data and develop meaningful metrics for measuring the impact of data in the research world. Many kinds of identifiers are the connectors in this world and Daniella is working with many partners to make those connections happen... Read More →


Tuesday May 21, 2019 1:15pm - 1:45pm PDT
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