The National Data Integrity Conference
The Human Side of Data:
From societal impacts to everyday practice
Colorado State University
Lory Student Center
The National Data Integrity Conference is back! We're gathering a diverse group of experts to talk through some of the biggest challenges facing people who work with data.
- Theme: The Human Side of Data: from the societal impacts to everyday practice.
- Location: North Ballroom, Lory Student Center, Colorado State University in Fort Collins, Colorado.
- Dates: Oct 5-6, 2017
- Pre-conference Data Carpentry Workshop: Oct 3-4, 2017
- Submit a presentation proposal! (Details below)
Over the last two years, researchers, technologists, administrators, grant funders, librarians, research integrity officers, students, and faculty alike have met to share their data-related projects, ideas, and solutions. One of the main benefits of coming to a conference like this is that you will hear from multiple people outside of your discipline and be exposed to new problems and approaches to solving them that you've never heard before.
Data Carpentry Workshop
For those of you who want to learn some hands-on data skills, we're hosting a two-day Data Carpentry Workshop on October 3rd and 4th in the Morgan Library at CSU. No previous experience necessary! Led by trained instructors, participants will learn basic data organization, cleaning, management, analysis, and visualization, using some powerful tools: SQL and R. Come to the Data Carpentry Workshop, the National Data Integrity Conference, or both (both is the best option here)!
We’re now accepting proposals for presentations that address the annual meeting theme. Topics could include:
- Good data management practices
- Ethical challenges in data research
- Data quality and integrity
- Datasploitation (the exploitation of data from vulnerable populations)
- Anonymization and data sharing
- The politics of research data
- Algorithmic discrimination
- Critical data studies
Please submit your presentation or lightning talk proposals to email@example.com by Thursday, July 6th 2017.
Please format your submission with the following information:
- Contact information
- General topic of your presentation
- Presentation title
- Abstract of under 500 words
- Please indicate your preference for either a 30 minute presentation, a 10 minute lightning talk, or either.
For any questions about the conference, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Conference and Data Carpentry registration will be coming soon!