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Recommended

  1. Presentations from the 2015 Dryad Membership Meeting on May 27 in Washington, DC, USA
  2. Presentations from the 2014 Dryad Membership Meeting on May 28 in Boston, MA, USA
  3. Presentations from the 2013 Dryad Membership Meeting on May 25 in Oxford, UK
  4. Greenberg, J. The Dryad Repository. Long-term Stewardship of Scientific Data. American Library Association Annual Conference, Anaheim, CA, June 24, 2012. (slides)
  5. Piwowar, HA, Vision, TJ, & Whitlock, MC (2011). Data archiving is a good investment. Nature, 473 (7347), 285-285 doi: 10.1038/473285a
  6. Vision, TJ. (2010) Open Data and the Social Contract of Scientific Publishing. BioScience 60(5):330-330. doi:10.1525/bio.2010.60.5.2
  7. Vision, TJ. Coupling Research Data to Publications in the Life Sciences. ICSTI Delivering Data in Science workshop Paris, France, Mar. 5, 2012. (slides)

Papers

  1. Mannheimer S, Hull EA (2017) Sharing selves: Developing an ethical framework for curating social media data. preprint doi:10.5281/zenodo.321512
  2. Mayo C, Vision TJ, Hull EA (2016) The location of the citation: changing practices in how publications cite original data in the Dryad Digital Repository. International Journal of Digital Curation. doi:10.2218/ijdc.v11i1.400
  3. Davis, H. M., & Cross, W. M. (2015). Using a Data Management Plan Review Service as a Training Ground for Librarians. Journal of Librarianship and Scholarly Communication, 3(2), eP1243 doi:10.7710/2162-3309.1243
  4. Swauger S, Vision TJ (2015) What Factors Influence Where Researchers Deposit their Data? A Survey of Researchers Submitting to Data Repositories. International Journal of Digital Curation 10, 68-81 http://doi.org/10.2218/ijdc.v10i1.289
  5. Mannheimer S, Yoon A, Greenberg J, Feinstein E, Scherle R (2014) A balancing act: The ideal and the realistic in developing Dryad’s preservation policy. First Monday 19(8) http://doi.org/10.5210/fm.v19i8.5415
  6. Greenberg J, Swauger S, Feinstein EM (2013) Metadata Capital in a Data Repository. Proceedings of the International Conference on Dublin Core and Metadata Applications 2013: 140-150.  http://dcpapers.dublincore.org/pubs/article/view/3678
  7. Piwowar HA, Vision TJ. (2013) Data reuse and the open data citation advantage. PeerJ 1:e175 http://doi.org/10.7717/peerj.175
  8. Willis C, Greenberg J, White H (2012). Analysis and Synthesis of Metadata Goals for Scientific Data, Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology (JASIST) 63, 1505–1520, http://doi.org/10.1002/asi.22683
  9. Piwowar HA, Vision TJ, Whitlock MC (2011) Data archiving is a good investment, Nature 473, 285. http://doi.org/10.1038/473285a
  10. Greenberg, J. Losee, R., Aguera, J., Scherle, R., White, H., and Willis, C. (2010). HIVE: Helping interdisciplinary vocabulary engineering, Bulletin of the American Society for Information Science and Technology 37(4). http://www.asis.org/Bulletin/Apr-11/AprMay11_Greenberg_etAl.html
  11. Greenberg, J. (2010). Metadata for Scientific Data: Historical Considerations, Current Practices, and Prospects, Journal of Library Metadata, 10(2/3): 75-78 doi:10.1080/19386389.2010.520262
  12. White, H. (2010) Considering Personal Organization: Metadata Practices of Scientists, Journal of Library Metadata, 10 (2/3) doi:10.1080/19386389.2010.506396
  13. Vision, T.J. (2010) Open Data and the Social Contract of Scientific Publishing, BioScience 60(5):330-330. http://doi.org/10.1525/bio.2010.60.5.2
  14. Greenberg, J., White, H., C, Carrier, C. and Scherle, R. (2009). A Metadata Best Practice for a Scientific Data Repository, Journal of Library Metadata 9, 194—212. http://doi.org/10.1080/19386380903405090
  15. Greenberg, J. (2009). Theoretical Considerations of Lifecycle Modeling: An Analysis of the Dryad Repository Demonstrating Automatic Metadata Propagation, Inheritance, and Value System Adoption, Cataloging and Classification Quarterly 47, 380-402 http://doi.org/10.1080/01639370902737547, winner of the 2010 Jesse H. Shera Award for Distinguished Published Research.

Conference Papers

  1. Krause E, Clary E, Ogletree A.Greenberg J (2015). Evolution of an Application Profile: Advancing Metadata Best Practices through the Dryad Data Repository. In DC-2015: Metadata and Ubiquitous Access to Culture, Science, and Digital Humanities: Proceedings of the International Conference on Dublin Core and Metadata Applications. São Paulo, Brazil, September 1-5, 2015. Paper (PDF) Data
  2. Greenberg J, Clary E, Krause E, Ogletree A, Zhang Y (2015) Assigning Metadata: A Key Responsibility in Enhancing Discovery of Research Data.  Mastering the Curation, Integrity and Citation of Quality Research Data: Research Data Publication, Part II.  NFAIS, April, 20, 2015. slides   
  3. Scherle R (2013) Integrating Your Repository With the DataONE Network. International Conference on Open Repositories. Paper (PDF)
  4. Scherle R, Diggory M (2012) Creating Citable Data Identifiers. International Conference on Open Repositories. Paper (PDF), Slides (PPT), Video
  5. Michener et al. (2011) DataONE: Data Observation Network for Earth — Preserving Data and Enabling Innovation in the Biological and Environmental Sciences, D-Lib Magazine 17(1/2), from a presentation at the DataCite Summer Meeting, Hanover, Germany, 7-8 June 2010
  6. Vision TJ (2010) The Dryad Digital Repository: Published evolutionary data as part of the greater data ecosystem. iEvoBio, Portland OR, June 2010.
  7. Beagrie, N., Eakin-Richards, L., and Vision, T. Business Models and Cost Estimation: Dryad Repository Case Study, iPRES2010 Vienna, September 2010.
  8. Pérez-Agüera, J., Arroyo, J., Greenberg, J., Perez-Iglesias, J., and Fresno, V. Using BM25F for Semantic Search. Semantic Search Workshop at the 19th Int. World Wide Web Conference WWW2010 April 26, 2010, Raleigh, NC, USA..  10.1145/1863879.1863881.  SEMSEARCH '10 Best Paper Award (PDF)
  9. Greenberg, J. (2009). Theories of Evolution and Cultural Diffusion: The Dryad Repository Case Study for Understanding Changes in Organizing Information Practices. iSchool Conference, Chapel Hill, NC, February 9, 2009. (Paper in Word format)
  10. White, H. Carrier, S., Thompson, A., Greenberg, J., & Scherle, R. (2008) The Dryad Data Repository: A Singapore Framework Metadata Architecture in a DSpace Environment. In DC 2008, the 2008 International Conference on Dublin Core and Metadata Applications, Berlin. (PDF)
  11. Carrier, S., Dube, J., & Greenberg, J. (2007). The DRIADE Project: Phased Application Profile Development in Support of Open Science. In DC-2007: Application Profiles: Theory and Practice. International Conference on Dublin Core and Metadata Applications, Singapore, August 27-31, 2007, pp. 35-42. (PDF)

Posters

  1. Krause EM, Clary, E, Ogletree, A, & Greenberg, J. (2015) Evolution of a Metadata Application Profile for a Digital Data Repository. Drexel University Research Day 2015, Philadelphia, PA. ([1])
  2. Hull, E., Lamkin, J., & Vision, T. (2015) Facilitating data publishing through journal integration. RDA 5th Plenary, San Diego, CA. (Poster PDF)
  3. Huang, D., Vision, T., & Sansone, S. (2015) Improving reuse and exploration of long-tail data through enhanced metadata. In FORCE2015, Oxford, UK. ([[1]])
  4. White, H., Willis, C., Greenberg, J. (2012) The HIVE impact: contributing to consistency via automatic indexing. iConference 2012. Toronto, ON, Canada. Poster
  5. Greenberg, J., Lapp, H., Scherle, R., Vision, T., White, H., Carrier, S., and Schaeffer, P. (2009) The Dryad Repository: Designing a Curation Workflow. 5th International Digital Curation Conference, London, UK. December 2009. (Abstract, and Poster)
  6. Scherle, R., Bapat, A., Carrier, S., Greenberg, J., Lapp, H., Schaeffer, P., Vision, T., & White, H. (2009) Dryad: a digital repository of data from publications in evolutionary biology and ecology. In Evolution 2009, Moscow, Idaho. (Poster PPT)
  7. Scherle, R., Lapp, H., Bapat, A., Carrier, S., Greenberg, J., Schaeffer, P., Vision, T., & White, H. (2009) The Dryad Data Repository. In the 2009 The International Conference on Biodiversity Informatics, London. (Abstract, Poster PPT, Poster PDF)
  8. White, H. (2008) Exploring Evolutionary Biologists' Use and Perceptions of Semantic Metadata for Data Curation. In DC 2008, the 2008 International Conference on Dublin Core and Metadata Applications, Berlin. (Abstract, Poster)
  9. Scherle, R., Carrier, S., Greenberg, J., Lapp, H., Thompson, A., Vision, T., & White, H. (2008) Building Support for a Discipline-Based Data Repository. In Proceedings of the 2008 International Conference on Open Repositories. (Extended Abstract, Poster PDF, Poster PPT)
  10. Dube, J., Carrier, S., & Greenberg, J. (2007) DRIADE: A Data Repository for Evolutionary Biology. In Proceedings of the 2007 Joint Conference on Digital Libraries. p.481, ACM Press, Vancouver, BC, Canada. (Abstract, Poster PPT)
  11. Carrier, S., Dube, J. Greenberg, J., Lapp, H., Thompson, H., Vision, T., & White, H. (2007) The Dryad Repository: Transforming Scientific Publishing and Data Discovery Via the Convergence of Open Access and eScience. The 2007 Microsoft eScience Workshop at RENCI, Chapel Hill, USA, 21-23 Oct 2007. (Abstract, Poster)
  12. José R. Pérez-Agüera, Javier Arroyo, Jane Greenberg, Joaquin Perez-Iglesias and Victor Fresno. INEX+DBPEDIA: A corpus for Semantic Search Evaluation. at the 19th Int. World Wide Web Conference WWW2010 April 26, 2010, Raleigh, NC, USA.

Presentations

  1. Knowles, C, Scherle, R, Ward, P. (2017) DSpace for Data: issues, solutions and challenges. DuraSpace Hot Topics Webinar Series. (Slides and Recording)
  2. Mannheimer S., Hull EA. (presenter) (2017) Sharing selves: Developing an ethical framework for curating social media data. IDCC Conference, 21 February, Edinburgh (PDF slides)
  3. Morovati M. (panelist), (2016) RDA Sustainability Panel: Transitioning to sustainability. RDA 8th Plenary. [Opening Plenary Session][1], 15, September 2016, Denver, CO.
  4. Hull EA. (presenter), Clary E., Fagan D., Kameny R. (2016) Protecting human subjects in an open access repository. SciDataCon, 12 September 2016, Denver (PDF slides)
  5. Mayo, C., Vision, T., and Hull, EA. (presenter) (2016) The location of the citation: Changing practices in how publications cite original data in the Dryad Digital Repository. IDCC Conference, 24 February, Amsterdam (PDF slides)
  6. Morovati, M. (2016) The Dryad Digital Repository: More Dotcoms-to-Watch. APE Conference 21-22 January, Berlin, Germany. (PDF slides)
  7. Clary E., Fagan D. (2016) Human subjects data in an open access repository: Considerations and challenges. CurateGear 2016: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections. 14 January, Chapel Hill, NC (PDF slides)
  8. Morovati, M. (2015) The Dryad Digital Repository. OpenCon2015 RTP. Duke University, Durham, NC. (PDF slides)
  9. Hull, EA. (2015). Research data in Dryad: Balancing preservation and reuse. iPRES meeting. Chapel Hill, NC. (PDF slides)
  10. Morovati, M (2015). New technologies to support editorial office operations. ISMTE meeeting. Baltimore, MD (PDF slides)
  11. Scherle, R. (2015). What does it take to add data to my repository? International Conference on Open Repositories, Indianapolis, IN. (PPT slides)
  12. Johnson, R., Pottinger, H., Scherle, R., West, P., Luyten, B. (2015). So we all have ORCID integrations, now what? International Conference on Open Repositories, Indianapolis, IN. (PDF slides)
  13. Morovati, M (2015). What can publishers do to support data? STM Publishers Spring Conference 21-23 April, Washington, DC (PDF slides)
  14. Hull, EA. (presenter), Mayo, C. & Clary, E. (2015). Research data in Dryad: Balancing preservation and reuse. PASIG Meeting. San Diego, CA. (PDF slides)
  15. Hull, EA. (2015) A day in the life of a Dryad curator. CurateGear Symposium. Chapel Hill, NC (PDF slides)
  16. Greenberg, J., Clary, E. (2014). The Dryad Data Repository: Metadata Workflows and Processes. 2nd Data Management Workshop, University of Cologne, Germany, November 28th-29th 2014. (PPT slides)
  17. Greenberg, J. (2014). Metadata Quality and Capital, Disseminators and Service Providers, CENDI, Washington, DC, November 20, 2014 (PPT slides)
  18. Greenberg, J. (2014). DataDryad.org and the interoperability continuum. Repositories and Interoperability, 2nd National Data Service Consortium Workshop (NDS2), October 24, 2014 (PPT slides)
  19. Scherle, R. (2014) ODIN, Identifiers, and Interoperability: The Dryad Perspective. ODIN project final event, Amsterdam, September 24, 2014 (PPT slides)
  20. Greenberg, J. (2014), Dryad. Domain Repository IG, Research Data Alliance, Amsterdam, September 24, 2014 (PPT slides)
  21. Scherle, R. (2014) Dryad’s work on Data Description Registry Interoperability. Research Data Alliance, Amsterdam, September 23, 2014 (PPT slides)
  22. Scherle, R. (2014) Identifiers and interoperability: The Dryad Perspective. Open Repositories, Helsinki, Finland. (PPT slides)
  23. Scherle, R. (2014) Dryad data archiving and curation. CurateGear Symposium. Chapel Hill, NC. (PPT slides)
  24. Scherle, R. (2013) Literature/data integration and Dryad. HighWire Publishers' Meeting. (PPT slides)
  25. Scherle, R. & Vision, T. (2013) Dryad: Data as an Integral Part of the Scholarly Record. DataONE Users Group.
  26. Schaeffer, P. Supporting scientific communities by publishing data. Joint OpenAIRE/LIBER workshop ‘Dealing with Data - what’s the role for the library?’, Ghent (Belgium), 28 May 2013. (PPT slides)
  27. Cranston, K. Freeing scientific data with CC0 and Dryad repository. Opensourceway. April 12, 2013. (video)
  28. Scherle, R. Dryad Curation Process. CurateGear Symposium. Chapel Hill, NC, January 9, 2013. (PPT slides)
  29. Scherle, R. Dryad and Data Citation. ANDS Data Citation Webinar Series. September 26, 2012. (video, PPT slides)
  30. Greenberg, J. Dryad’s Evolving Proof of Concept and the Metadata Hook. Wolfram Data Summit, Washington DC, September 6, 2012 (slides)
  31. Greenberg, J. The Dryad Repository. Long-term Stewardship of Scientific Data: Your Library Can Participate in DataONE. LITA Session, ALA Annual Conference, Anaheim, CA, June 24, 2012. (slides)
  32. Luyten, B., Diggory, M., Schaeffer, P. Subject Repositories for Research Data - the Dryad Approach., European Library Automation Group (ELAG) Annual Conference, Mallorca, Spain, May 16, 2012. (slides)
  33. Fitzgerald, R., Dechman, L., Willis, C. (2012). HIVE for LC Web Archives: Web Archives and Automatic Subject Indexing. Presentation given at the International Internet Preservation Consortium 2012 General Assembly, Washington, DC. May 4, 2012. (slides)
  34. Schaeffer, P. Creating a sustainable business model for a digital repository: the Dryad experience. Research Data Access & Preservation Summit 2012, New Orleans, LA, Mar. 22, 2012. (slides, video)
  35. Greenberg, J. Digital Libraries for Research Data. Conferencia Inaugural del Segundo Cuatrimestre, Dpto. de Biblioteconomía y Documentación, Campus de Colmenarejo, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, Spain, February 13, 2012. (slides)
  36. Vision, T.J. Coupling Research Data to Publications in the Life Sciences. ICSTI Delivering Data in Science workshop Paris, France, Mar. 5, 2012. (slides)
  37. Vision, T. J. Dryad: Scalable Infrastructure for coupling Research Data to Publications in the Life Sciences (video), Academic Publishing in Europe 2012 Berlin, Germany, Jan. 25, 2012.
  38. Greenberg, J. The Dryad Repository. Repositories in Science & Technology: Preserving Access to the Record of Science, CENDI and NFAIS and Hosted by FLICC Library of Congress, November 30, 2011 (slides).
  39. Greenberg J. Beyond Zebra: Taking RDA Beyond MARC; Dublin Core: A Stepping Stone for the Dryad Repository. ALA Annual Conference, June 24-27, 2011 (slides)
  40. Greenberg J. NASKO, Toronto, June 16-17, 2011 (slides)
  41. Piwowar H, iDASH seminar, UC San Diego, June 17th, 2011.
  42. Greenberg J, "Metadata Research: Evolution of a Discipline", Drexel University iSchool, May 9, 2011, abstract
  43. Greenberg J and Vision T, "The Dryad Repository: A New Path for Data Publication in Scholarly Communication", OCLC, April 25, 2011, recorded presentation
  44. Vision T. Introduction to DryadUK sustainability workshop. April 1 2011, The British Library, London UK. slides
  45. Clarke, K. Sharing Between Data Repositories.  Code4Lib 2011 Conference, Feb. 2011. Bloomington, IN. (slides, video -- go to 2:33:00)
  46. Shotton, D., Peroni, S. Semantic annotation of publication entities using the SPAR (Semantic Publishing and Referencing) Ontologies. Beyond the PDF Workshop, Jan. 2011, La Jolla, CA. (slides)
  47. Vision, T., Scherle, R. The Dryad Digital Data Repository: Coupling the Publication of Scientific Articles and Data. International Digital Curation Conference, December 2010, Chicago, IL. (PDF abstract)
  48. Greenberg, J, Data Curation Research Summit: Panel on Current Directions in Research: Projects and Perspectives, December 2010, Chicago, IL (slides)
  49. Greenberg, J, Willis, C., and White, H. Metadata for Scientific Data: An Analysis Targeting Challenges and Opportunity in Our Global Information Ecology, CODATA, Cape Town, South Africa, October, 2010, (slides)
  50. Vison, T., Lapp, H. The Dryad Digital Repository: published data as part of the greater data ecosystem. ISMB 2010, Boston MA, July 2010. (PDF)
  51. Whitlock, M. Data Archiving in Evolutionary Biology. Evolution 2010, Portland, OR. (PPT)
  52. Neil Beagrie, Dryad and the sustainability of digital repositories (no abstract available), Fourth Bloomsbury Conference on e-publishing, London UK, June 2010.
  53. Michener, W., Kunze, J., Cruse, P., and Scherle, R. The Dryad and DataONE project in the US. DataCite Summer Meeting, Hanover Germany, May 2010. (PPT, Video of Presentation)
  54. Scherle, R. and Aguera, J. HIVE: A New Tool for Working With Vocabularies. Code4Lib conference, Asheville, NC, February 2010. (PPT)
  55. Scherle, R. (2009). The Dryad Data Repository. Duke Repository Community, July 2009. (PPT)
  56. Scherle, R. (2009). Using DSpace as a Disciplinary Data Repository. International Conference on Open Repositories 2009, Atlanta, GA. (Presentation files and a video of the presentation are available at http://hdl.handle.net/1853/28409).
  57. Greenberg, J. (2009). Metadata Research Supporting the Dryad Data Repository. Metadata Working Group Forum. Cornell University Library (Abstract,PDF Slides)
  58. Vision, Todd J. (2009). Scientific Publications, Scientific Data, and the Role of Domain-specific Digital Libraries. UNC Scholarly Communications Working Group. (PDF Slides)
  59. Greenberg, J., Carrier, S., White, H., and Scherle, R. (2009). The Dryad Repository Application Profile: Groundwork Towards a Metadata Scheme for Scientific Data. DigCCurr2009, Chapel Hill, NC, April 2, 2009. (PPT)
  60. Greenberg, J. (2009). Theories of Evolution and Cultural Diffusion: The Dryad Repository Case Study for Understanding Changes in Organizing Information Practices. iSchool Conference, Chapel Hill, NC, February 9, 2009. (PPT)
  61. Greenberg, J. (2008). The DRYAD Repository: Metadata Research and Development. Library of Congress, December 19, 2008. (PDF Slides)
  62. Greenberg, J. (2007). Classifying Scientific Data Objects with Bibliographic Relationship Taxonomies. ASIS&T 2007 Annual Meeting, Oct 2007. (PPT)
  63. Greenberg, J. (2007). Consensus Building and Prioritizing Consensus Building and Prioritizing <Metadata> Development for Project DRIADE: A Case Study. DigCCurr 2007, Chapel Hill, NC, April 18, 2007. (PDF Slides)

Grants

  1. Dryad-UK project: for greater international expansion of Dryad. PI: David Shotton. JISC. Funded for 1 year, starting 2010-10-1. (Dryad-UK project proposal)
  2. DataONE project: for cross-respository collaboration. PI: William Michener. NSF DataNet DBI-0753138. Funded for 5 years, starting 2009-8-1. (DataONE web site)
  3. HIVE project: for enhanced controlled vocabulary features. PI: Jane Greenberg. IMLS LG-07-08-120-08. Funded for 2.5 years, starting 2009-1-1. (HIVE project proposal)
  4. Dryad development project for general Dryad phase 2 development. PI: Kathleen Smith, Todd Vision. NSF DBI-0743720. Funded for 4 years, starting 2008-9-15.(Dryad project proposal)
  5. Virtual Data Center project: for cross-repository collaboration. PI: William Michener. NSF INTEROP DBI-0753138. Funded for 4 years, starting 2008-7-15. (VDC project abstract)

Other

  1. Beagrie, N. et al. (April 2010). Dryad Sustainability Plan: interview survey findings. Report on journal practices and costs for supplementary materials, esp. data.
  2. Greenberg, J. (2009, in press). Metadata and Digital Information. In Marcia J. Bates, Mary Niles Maack, Miriam Drake eds. Encyclopedia of Library and Information Science, New York: Marcel Dekker, Inc. (PDF)
  3. Carrier, S. (2008). The Dryad Repository Application Profile: Process, Development, and Refinement (Master’s Paper, UNC Chapel Hill, 2008). DOI: http://hdl.handle.net/1901/534.
  4. Vision, T., Lapp, H., and Greenberg, J. (2007). Final Report from the Dryad Stakeholder's Workshop.