The entirety of Volume 10, Issue 1 of the International Journal of Digital Curation (IJDC) is available to view online.
The IJDC is published on a 'half-rolling' basis where papers are published continually throughout the year, but are still grouped into issues. The first papers from this issue were made available in February 2015, with more added over the course of the following months. In all, 24 papers and articles have been published: 2 original peer-reviewed papers, versions of the 6 research papers presented at IDCC15, and 16 IDCC practice papers.
Among the topics represented are education and training; various technical proposals including distributed identifier management, treating scripts as workflows, metadata extraction, and identifying community groups; institutional research data management; choosing where to deposit data; and digitization for preservation.
For more information about the contents of the issue, see the editorial by Alex Ball.