Our colleague Anita de Waard from Elsevier Labs sent me an announcement for a very interesting NSF-sponsored workshop on the archiving of scientific experiments, which has clear links to scientific data management and the ability to reproduce experiments. There are workshop materials on the site, and they are also streaming the workshop live today and tomorrow. I don’t know if the video streams will be saved and available later on demand.
My apologies for posting this so late: I hope it will still be useful to CNI-announce & CNI News readers. I’ll put out a further announcement when the workshop report is available.
Hello! This is an announcement of the live-video Webcast for the upcoming Archive ’10 workshop.
Archive ’10, the NSF Workshop on Archiving Experiments to Raise Scientific Standards, will be held next week, Tue-Wed May 25-26, on the University of Utah campus in Salt Lake City, Utah, USA.
The workshop sessions will be broadcast live over the Internet. To view the video broadcast, visit the following URL:
The workshop will run approximately:
8:30 AM — 5:30 PM MDT on Tuesday, May 25, and
8:30 AM — 12:00 PM MDT on Wednesday, May 26.
See the following Web pages for workshop info and the workshop schedule:
Thank you for your interest in the Archive ’10 workshop!
Best wishes –
Mary Hall and Eric Eide
Archive ’10 Workshop Organizers