#Dataverse2020 Registration and Schedule

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Danny Brooke

May 27, 2020, 5:34:07 PM5/27/20
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Hi everyone,

The Dataverse Community Meeting Organizing Committee has been working to get things set up for #Dataverse2020, which will be held on Zoom June 17th - 19th. Some updates:

  • We’ve got the schedule set, with a Plenary Session on Wednesday the 17th, followed by sessions Wednesday night through mid-day Friday. Check out the detailed schedule at https://projects.iq.harvard.edu/dcm2020/agenda 

  • Registration for #Dataverse2020 is open using the Registration Form. Please register before June 12th to ensure that we can distribute Zoom links effectively. 

  • We won’t have the typical proposal process this year. Instead, we want to hear from Dataverse installations about what they've been up to over the last year! This can be anything of interest from your installation: a new external tool developed, interesting datasets, kudos from researchers, getting Core Trust Seal certification, or just an introduction if you're new to the community. To submit a video, please visit the Video Submission Form. To make sure that we have time to prepare the videos for display at the Community Meeting, please submit your video by June 10th.

  • There’s no fee this year. 

  • Lastly, we’d like your help in spreading the word about the meeting! Please consider posting the message below (or a message of your choosing, or just a tweet with the #dataverse2020 hashtag) in your various communities.

Thank you!


6th Annual Dataverse Community Meeting

The annual Dataverse Community Meeting is an opportunity to build, grow, and enrich the global community. Like the open-source Dataverse product itself, the activities of the Dataverse Community Meetings are community-driven. Over three days of presentations, workshops, and working group meetings we aim to promote and learn about behavioral and technical solutions and standards for curating, sharing, and preserving data that can be discovered and reused across disciplines to reproduce and advance research.

We’re hoping for broad participation from current and future members of the Dataverse Community! To learn more, including how to register and submit a video update for for the meeting, visit the #Dataverse2020 site at https://projects.iq.harvard.edu/dcm2020. To learn more about the Dataverse Project, visit dataverse.org.

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