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Papers

Greenberg, J. (in press). Automatic Metadata Propagation and Co-curation in the Dryad Repository. Cataloging & Classification Quarterly (47)4 (PDF).

Conference Papers

  1. 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)
  2. 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)
  3. 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. Amol Bapat, Sarah Carrier, Jane Greenberg, Hilmar Lapp, Ryan Scherle, Todd Vision, Hollie White. (2009) The Dryad Data Repository. In the 2009 The International Conference on Biodiversity Informatics, London. (Abstract)
  2. 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)
  3. 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)
  4. 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)
  5. 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)

Presentations

  1. Greenberg, J., Carrier, S., White, H., and Sherle, R. (2009). The Dryad Repository Application Profile: Groundwork Towards a Metadata Scheme for Scientific Data(2009). DigCCurr2009, Chapel Hill, NC, April 2, 2009. (PPT)
  2. 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)
  3. Greenberg, J. (2008). The DRYAD Repository: Metadata Research and Development. Library of Congress, December 19, 2008.
  4. Greenberg, J. (2007). Classifying Scientific Data Objects with Bibliographic Relationship Taxonomies. ASIS&T 2007 Annual Meeting, Oct 2007. (PPT)
  5. 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. HIVE IMLS proposal for enhanced controlled vocabulary features. (Funded for 2.5 years, starting 2009-1-1)
  2. Dryad NSF DBI proposal (DBI-0743720) for general Dryad phase 2 development. (Funded for 4 years, starting 2008-9-15)
  3. NSF INTEROP proposal (DBI-0753138) for cross-repository collaboration. (Funded for 4 years, starting 2008-7-15)

Other

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)

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.