RDA in Ireland

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This is a working area dedicated to the support and promotion of RDA activities in Ireland. This activity is supported by the National Library of Ireland and the Digital Repository of Ireland, who are both partners in the current RDA EU grant. We co-organised the third RDA Plenary meeting in Dublin in 2014, and continue to promote RDA in Ireland and also abroad. This working area connects researchers working with research data in Ireland, and enables them to interconnect with broader RDA activities through e.g. RDA Working and Interest Groups. We are happy to engage with researchers, research communities and private sector actors, regarding getting involved in RDA, and testing and adopting RDA outputs and recommendations. We have a particular focus on library, archives and digital humanities activities.

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Recent Activity

27 Jun 2016

Open Science and Ireland

 

 

Open Science aims to transform science by making research more open, global, collaborative, creative and closer to society.

DRI, under the aegis of the ALLEA e-Humanities Working Group and the Royal Irish Academy (RIA), is co-organising a two-day Open Science event with The Health Research Board (HRB).

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18 Jun 2015

RDA Ireland National Event, 18 June 2015

 

In June 2015 an Irish National event was co-organised by Sandra Collins (Digital Repository of Ireland) and Mike Ryan (Science Foundation Ireland), and held at the Royal Irish Academy. Invited speakers included Mark Parsons (Secretary General of the Research Data Alliance) and Hilary Hanahoe (then-coordinator of RDA Europe), and RDA Technical Advisory Board member Peter Fox.

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