AW: [synchronisation-assembly] RDA Ambassadors

03 Dec 2016

Hallo Jamie,
yes and no - as you know :)
Being "ambassador" means taking some responsibility I guess which is more than the usual stuff all of us do.
my 2 cents
Peter Wittenburg Tel: +49 15141858784 ***@***.***;
Max Planck Computing and Data Facility
RDA Europe Director
Von: Jamie.Shiers=***@***.*** [mailto:***@***.***] Im Auftrag von Jamie Shiers
Gesendet: Freitag, 2. Dezember 2016 20:05
An: Francoise Genova; RDA Europe Synchronisation Assembly (SyA)
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Betreff: Re: [synchronisation-assembly] RDA Ambassadors
Hi Françoise,
Isn't that all of us?
Cheers, Jamie
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From: Francoise Genova <***@***.***>
Date: 2016/12/02 16:29 (GMT+01:00)
To: "RDA Europe Synchronisation Assembly (SyA)" <***@***.***>
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Subject: [synchronisation-assembly] RDA Ambassadors
Dear colleagues,
You may be aware that the RDA Future Direction Plan includes an
Ambassador programme. The Council Engagement & Communication
Subcommittee is working on this topic, and I am in touch with its chair
Amy Nurnberger. Following an initial discussion during the last F2F
Synchronisation Assembly, I am trying to identify who in Europe acts as
RDA Ambassador towards her/his community. My initial aim is Ambassadors
towards scientific communities, but you may want to show up also if you
play this role for your own community in another stakeholder group, for
instance if you are a librarian.
Beyond this initial step to identify who plays this role, the objective
will be to exchange about the methods used, to identify what works and
what does not and possible gaps.
So please contact me if you think that you play this kind of role.
Best regards, and bon week-end
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