Data sharing: The How, Why, When and When Not to Share
Issues addressed at this two-day event will include data privacy, openness, policy, education and the impacts of sharing data, how to do it, and when not to. Speakers and audience members come from diverse fields such as:
Academic Research • Information Technology • Quality Assurance • Regulatory Compliance • Private Industry • Grant Funding • Government
May 31 and June 1: - Data Carpentry Workshop
June 2nd and 3rd: National Data Integrity Conference (NDIC)
Student Commons Building
University of Colorado Denver
Data Carpentry Workshop: $100
NDIC for CU/CSU/SQA Affiliates: $50
NDIC for Non-CU/CSU/SQA Affiliates: $200
Submit a lightning talk proposal
This year, we are accepting proposals for lightning talks. These presentations are a maximum of 10 minutes in length and should cover a topic relevant to the data sharing theme. Please submit your title, abstract and contact information using our Google form.
Diversity and Inclusion scholarship
To include a variety of voices and perspectives in the conversation, NDIC is offering two Diversity and Inclusion Scholarships to cover registration costs for our conference.
Anyone who can bring a unique perspective on diversity and/inclusion to the conference can apply. Applicants do not have to be in a minority demographic.
To apply, email your contact information and a brief (500 words) description of your interest in attending the conference and how you would bring a unique perspective on some aspect of diversity and inclusion to firstname.lastname@example.org by 11:59 pm on May 16th. We will notify applicants of their selection status on or before May 20th.