Workshop on RDA outputs and adoption

Workshop on RDA outputs and adoption

Wednesday 3 July 2019, 11:00-16:00 EEST

(starting at 08:00 UT or 10:00 CEST) 

Athena Research Centre, Zampoli Hall, Ground Floor


Workshop objective: Present the RDA outputs and get feedback from the audience on related community needs, and potential adoption of RDA outputs, including their usefullness and usability.

Description: Anthony Juehne, Researcher at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, NY and RDA US came to Greece to make an in depth presentation on RDA Outputs. RDA Outputs are the technical and social infrastructure solutions developed by RDA Working Groups or Interest Groups that enable data sharing, exchange, and interoperability. A list of all recommendations and outputs can be found at The workshop took place at the ATHENA Research Centre in Athens on Wednesday, 3 July, and lasted around half a day (starting late in the morning). A discussion followed on related community needs and potential adoption of RDA outputs.

Registration for the workshop (for f2f participation):

Register with RDA and be part of the RDA community!   

Draft agenda

  1. Short introduction to RDA and the RDA National Node activities- Fotis Karayannis, RDA Greece National Node coordinator, RDA Europe and RDA Secretariat- 15' (presentation)
  2. In depth review of RDA outputs - Anthony Juehne, RPI, RDA US and RDA Secretariat- 60' (presentation)
  3. Short break - 15'
  4. Community adoption needs - 60' (workshop)
    • Explanation: Understanding community needs around RDA outputs and their adoption, and meeting such needs through enhanced documentation and education
  5. Light lunch - 45'
  6. Tracking adoption stories - 60' (workshop) 
    • Explanation: RDA offers some means (tools) to track adoption of RDA outputs and its impact on different organisations
  7. Debrief and strategising of next steps - 15'


GoToWebinar- Registration required first:


Slides availbe here:


Event recordings

The event has been recorded and the recording is available here