This is a pushmi-pullyu post. I need some help with an environmental scan, so I'll get us started and the rest of you smart folks can amplify my knowledge.
I want to understand what's going on where with data curation specifically at the institutional level (no NOAA, no ICPSR, none of that) Stateside. Grant-funded is fine, though I'm doubly curious about programs that have been weaned (or are weaning themselves) off the grant money. Here are the programs I know about offhand:
- Institutional data curation: San Diego Supercomputer Center (right? I'm not entirely sure what they offer vis-a-vis long-term data stewardship), Purdue's D2C2, Cornell's DataStaR.
- Subject-specific but still (mostly?) institution-focused: Cornell's CUGIR (there must be a lot more GIS out there, mustn't there?), North Carolina's DRYAD
- Data-curation training: Illinois, North Carolina.
Tell me what I'm missing, please and thank you.