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Wednesday 22nd May

It’s the penultimate day of VP22, but there is still plenty of content to enjoy both today and tomorrow! Coming up today, we have:

Stay tuned to this blog or our social media pages (X and LinkedIn) for regular updates on today’s sessions.

Who will finish at the top of the Whova leaderboard?

There is lots of virtual networking taking place on the Whova event platform, which is powering VP22. Topics open for discussion include SSH/GLAM digital collections, science communication for research data, PIDs, and of course…pets of RDA! 🐱🐶

But who will be crowned VP22 networking champion and finish at the top of the leaderboard at the end of the week? Head over to Whova, interact with your fellow RDA Plenary attendees and earn points in the process!

Co-located Session: The WorldFAIR Project: The journey so far and next steps

Hosting today’s co-located event is the WorldFAIR Project. In WorldFAIR, CODATA (the Committee on Data of the International Science Council) and RDA work with a set of 11 disciplinary and cross-disciplinary case studies to advance implementation of the FAIR principles and, in particular, to improve interoperability and reusability of digital research objects, including data.

WorldFAIR disciplinary and cross disciplinary case studies petal diagram

WorldFAIR are hosting two sessions co-located to VP22 – today’s session will explore the outputs from 11 disciplinary and cross-disciplinary case studies and in particular the recommendations made. A selection of the Case Studies will describe their work, their experience of using FIPs and will articulate key recommendations for the use of metadata standards and terminologies and structured around the most important themes and issues encountered. The Case Studies included:

Join the next session, happening tomorrow (23rd May) at 12:00 UTC. Register to join.

Breakout Session 14

Missed a plenary session from last week? Breakout session 14 has three more repeat sessions to give you a chance to catch up, plus: