IASSIST Conference 2007: Montreal, Canada

Plenary I

A1: Self Archiving or Self-Storage: Which is it to be?

A2: Open Data and the Common Good: Technology Solutions for Difficult Challenges

A3: Developments in Managing Digital Data: Challenges, obstacles and opportunities

B1: What a Tangled Web We Weave: Preserving Today's Data for Tomorrow

B2: Quantitative Literacy: Assessing Needs, Developing Tools and Delivering the Goods.

B4: Building National Data Archives and Using Metadata in Developing Countries.

C1: Considering the data management plan: More than Window Dressing?

C2: DDI in Canada - Where are we at?

C3: New Discovery Tools: Thinking Outside the Catalogue

C4: Data Services mash-ups: Maps, Research and Everything!

D1: Access to Linked and Longitudinal files: Problems and Prospects

D3: Data Access Questions: Open and Shut

E1: Government Data in Legacy Formats: Approaches in Ensuring Access and Preservation

E2: The CESSDA Experience: a Royal Mountain Road to Success

E3: Strength in Numbers: Building Collaborative Services for Users

E4: Prospects for DDI - What the Evidence and Experience Tell Us

F1: Data-PASS: Collaborating to Preserve At-Risk Data.

F2: Data Beyond Numbers: Using Data Creatively for Research

F3: Extending IASSIST through Outreach

G1: Harmonizing Data and Documentation: Best Practice Examples

G2: Does Anyone have the Question to My Answer: Survey Data Question Banks

G3: Towards a National Infrastructure for Community Statistics: Local Data Sharing Issues and Resources

G4: NEW ARCHIVES

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