I-ADOPT Interoperability Framework Workshops

02 Mar 2021

Dear All,
We are organising two workshops prior to RDA 17:
- Tuesday 9th March 7:00-11:00 UTC (Australasia-friendly time)
- Thursday 18th March 16:00-20:00 UTC (Americas-friendly time)
Please below for the registration links.
The aim of the workshops is to test and further develop the I-ADOPT interoperability framework and the semantic modelling of complex observable property descriptions.
The workshops' duration is 4 hours with some breaks and they will be structured in 3 parts
Part 1 (50') - Introduction
- Overview of the proposed model with details of the components
- Presentation of prepared examples
10' break
Part 2 (50') - breakout rooms group work
- Introduction to breakout group work
- Breakout groups to work on concrete examples and test the model
10' break
Part 3 (2h with a 10' break) - feedback, open discussion, refinement of the proposal
- Outcome of breakout group work: feedback on the proposed model: what works, what doesn't; how to improve the model;
- Role of the I-ADOPT proposed interoperability framework in the data landscape and connections with other frameworks and data models
Please register today or as soon as possible if you intend to participate using the following links:
For Tuesday Mar 9, 2021 07:00 AM London
https://ukri.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJwtdemprjgrGd3P7_YPCbGuejBIyT8h6H-E
For Thursday Mar 18, 2021 04:00 PM London
https://ukri.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJItc-6rpjkiGtcAkpKlwLmiL1sofmsK0WwD
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.
Please note that these workshops are in addition to our regular sessions and our 2 regular teleconferences scheduled in March (on the 4th and on the 16th) will also take place as expected.
Many thanks,
The I-ADOPT WG co-chairs
Barbara, Gwen, Maria, and Anu
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