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Photo of Irish attendees at RDA P20

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    Beth Knazook

    Hello RDA in Ireland group members,
    Almost a month ago now, the Digital Repository of Ireland announced that it would be acting as the new national node for RDA in Ireland. You can read more about the announcement here:
    DRI is the New National Node for RDA in Ireland #LoveData | Digital Repository Ireland
    We will be using this listserv more actively in the coming months to keep you informed of RDA activities and outputs, and their impact in Ireland, but we’d like to start off by asking anyone from this group who is planning on attending the Plenary in Gothenburg if they would like to meet up for a group photo? Representatives from the DRI will be around all week and will look forward to meeting you!
    Whether you are attending in person or online, you’ll also want to watch out for a couple of sessions of particular relevance to work happening in Ireland. (If I have missed any sessions here, please reach out and let me know!)
    National PID Strategies WG: Pathways to National PID Strategies: Guidance to facilitate uptake and alignment
    Speaker: Daniel Bangert, Digital Repository of Ireland
    Tuesday, March 21st 15:00-16:30 UTC
    Promoting synergies between national RDM and data stewardship networks
    Speaker: Aoife Coffey, Deborah Thorpe, University College Cork
    Wednesday, March 22nd 10:00-11:30 UTC
    Community Engagement that Works! Examining tools and success stories of pathways to engagement in community-led organisations at a global level
    Speaker: Beth Knazook, Digital Repository of Ireland
    Wednesday, March 22nd 12:30-14:00 UTC
    All the best for an enjoyable 10th Anniversary Plenary!
    Beth Knazook (she/her)
    Project Manager, Research Data
    Digital Repository of Ireland | Royal Irish Academy
    ***@***.*** | @bethknazook | @dri_ireland
    The Academy is subject to the FOI Act 2014, the Data Protection Acts 1988-2003 and 2018, GDPR (EU 2016/679) and S.I. No. 336/2011, EC Privacy & Electronic Communications Regulations. For further information see our website

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