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This project receives support from NSF.
One of the original two award recipients from the National Science Foundation’s DataNet program, the Data Conservancy is a growing community dedicated to promoting data preservation and re-use across disciplines with tools and services. As of early 2014, the Data Conservancy is preparing to release beta software that will feature preservation and user interface updates.
The Data Conservancy is a collaborative effort that involves individuals from several institutions, with Johns Hopkins University serving as the sponsor and lead. Sayeed Choudhury, associate dean of Johns Hopkins University libraries, is the overall project PI; Ruth Duerr is PI for the University of Colorado component of the project.
NSIDC will participate in five main areas of Data Conservancy activities by
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