November 30, 2015

Data Curation is Focus of New Issue of ISQ (Information Standards Quarterly)

ISQ (Information Standards Quarterly) is published by the National Information Standards Organization (NISO).

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Articles in this Issue Include:

Letter from the Guest Content Editor
by Sarah Callaghan

Data Curation Issues in the Chemical Sciences
by Colin L. Bird, Cerys Willoughby, Simon J. Coles, and Jeremy G. Frey

Data Curation in the OpenAIRE Scholarly Communication Infrastructure
by Jochen Schirrwagen, Paolo Manghi, Natalia Manola, Lukasz Bolikowski, Najla Rettberg, and Birgit Schmidt 

Preserving the Grey Literature Explosion: PDF/A and the Digital Archive
by Ray Moore and Tim Evans

Ensuring the Long Term Impact of Earth Science Data through Data Curation and Preservation
by Esther Conway, Sam Pepler, Wendy Garland, David Hooper, Fulvio Marelli, Luca Liberti, Emanuela Piervitali, Katrin Molch, Helen Glaves, and Lucio Badiali

The complete issue also includes news briefs in the ‘Noteworthy’ section and a look at ‘Standards in Development’.

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