Call for Papers: NADDI 2017: “Metadata Across the Research Data Lifecycle”

The theme for NADDI2017, Metadata Across the Research Data Lifecycle, emphasizes the benefits of
metadata creation early in the research data lifecycle, as well as its subsequent re-use throughout.
Aimed at individuals working in and around data and metadata, NADDI 2017 seeks submissions of
presentations and posters that highlight the use of DDI and other metadata standards within research
projects, survey operations, academic libraries, and data archives. We also invite proposals that
address the increasing need for interoperability of standards in research data management and the
leveraging of DDI to facilitate data discovery and data integration. Presentations of an applied nature
are encouraged—how are you working with DDI and metadata generally within the larger framework
of research data management and the research data lifecycle? Submissions of a more technical nature
are also encouraged, as well as presentations on the DDI standard itself and its continued

Workshop Proposals: NADDI workshops will be held on 5 April.
Please email organizers ( with ideas for workshops.

Conference proposal submissions are being accepted at until January 31, 2017

The hosts of this year’s NADDI conference are the Cornell Institute for Social and
Economic Research and the Roper Center for Public Opinion Research.



Jan 18, 2017

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