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-This is the fourth in a series of Digital Curation Workshops, which previously took place in 2009, 2012, and 2014. The title of the [[https://​www.liberquarterly.eu/​articles/​10.18352/​lq.7960/​|first]] Digital Curation Workshop was ‘Curating research: e-merging new roles and responsibilities in the European landscape’,​ and focused on the creation and curation of research data in fit-for-purpose data repositories. The [[http://​libereurope.eu/​blog/​2012/​05/​16/​summary-of-2nd-liber-workshop-on-digital-curation-7-8-may-2012-florence-italy/​|second]] Workshop carried the title ‘Partnering for digital curation ‘ and talked about research libraries and digital assets, not from a technical perspective,​ but rather an organisational one. The workshop looked at partnerships,​ e.g. between custodian organisations sharing the burden of curation (e.g., KB e-depot, Portico, LOCKSS, CLOCKSS), and also partnerships within the information chain (between creators and custodians of digital information). The [[https://​liber2014.univie.ac.at/​home/​|third]] Workshop (see also http://​libereurope.eu/​digitalculturalheritageforum/ ​last item in section 3) focussed on data management plans and explored the question ‘Which representation of the records will be the target of preservation?​’ This fourth Workshop aims to explore aspects related to the collaboration between library and research community, when they are dealing with data which originated in the one community but is of prime interest to the other.+This is the fourth in a series of Digital Curation Workshops, which previously took place in 2009, 2012, and 2014. The title of the [[https://​www.liberquarterly.eu/​articles/​10.18352/​lq.7960/​|first]] Digital Curation Workshop was ‘Curating research: e-merging new roles and responsibilities in the European landscape’,​ and focused on the creation and curation of research data in fit-for-purpose data repositories. The [[http://​libereurope.eu/​blog/​2012/​05/​16/​summary-of-2nd-liber-workshop-on-digital-curation-7-8-may-2012-florence-italy/​|second]] Workshop carried the title ‘Partnering for digital curation ‘ and talked about research libraries and digital assets, not from a technical perspective,​ but rather an organisational one. The workshop looked at partnerships,​ e.g. between custodian organisations sharing the burden of curation (e.g., KB e-depot, Portico, LOCKSS, CLOCKSS), and also partnerships within the information chain (between creators and custodians of digital information). The [[https://​liber2014.univie.ac.at/​home/​|third]] Workshop (see also http://​libereurope.eu/​strategy/​previous/​2013-2017/​digitalculturalheritageforum/​) focussed on data management plans and explored the question ‘Which representation of the records will be the target of preservation?​’ This fourth Workshop aims to explore aspects related to the collaboration between library and research community, when they are dealing with data which originated in the one community but is of prime interest to the other.
  
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