RDA is an international volunteer member-based organisation and as such encourages the initiative and support of its members across the globe to animate their community on a national level. RDA Europe national node are part of the RDA Europe support programme whose aim is to interact with researchers and innovators in the local language, offering them a platform for exchange of information pertinent to the RDA and their activities and in strict compliance with RDA's guiding principles of Openness, Transparency, Consensus-based, Community driven, Harmonisation and Non-profit. The national pages should not be interpreted as an official representation of the Research Data Alliance in any country or any organisation unless this is specifically stated.

 

Europe National Node

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This is a working area dedicated to the RDA activities, news and events in The Netherlands. It aims at connecting researchers and data experts working with research data on a more local level and facilitates interconnecting local activities with broader RDA activities through e.g. RDA Working and Interest Groups.

 

DANS; Data Archiving and Networked Services, is responsible for setting up the Dutch RDA node and will focus on bringing existing initiatives closer together and expanding collaboration with others by engaging with government, national funding bodies, research organisations, and other networks involved in Research Data Management (RDM).

 

On a national level, the Dutch RDA node will promote the work done within RDA global in general and in particular the work on certification (of trusted digital repositories) and persistent identifiers (PID). While at the same time make national players enthusiastic to join the global RDA playing field. Next to that we will also provide the RDA ambassadors for the social sciences and the humanities disseminating and advancing the RDA work and outputs within these international communities. For more information see the webinar 'The Research Data Alliance - What's in it for you?'.

 

RDA is continuously looking for researchers, research communities and private sector actors, who are interested in testing and adopting RDA outputs and recommendations, and are happy to give advice in different stages of this process.

 

Feel free to register to this group by clicking on the Join link on the right. You will be automatically subscribed to the group newsletter. And please don't hesitate to share your own events and news items via the mailing list or group calendar.


Dutch

Deze pagina geeft informatie over activiteiten, nieuws en evenementen van de RDA in Nederland. Het heeft als doel onderzoekers en data experts, die met onderzoeksdata werken, op een meer lokaal niveau met elkaar in contact te brengen en het verbinden van lokale activiteiten met bredere RDA-activiteiten, bijvoorbeeld door middel van de RDA Working en Interest Groups.

 

DANS; Data Archiving and Networked Services, is verantwoordelijk voor het opzetten van de Nederlandse RDA node en zal zich focussen op het dichter bij elkaar brengen van bestaande initiatieven en het uitbreiden van samenwerkingen door het gesprek aan te gaan met de overheid, nationale financiers, onderzoeksorganisaties en netwerken die zich met Research Data Management (RDM) bezighouden.

 

Op nationaal niveau zal de Nederlandse RDA node het werk van RDA global in het algemeen promoten en zich specifiek richten op certificering (van betrouwbare digitale archieven) en persistent identifiers (PID). Tegelijkertijd maken we nationale spelers enthousiast om zich aan te sluiten bij de wereldwijde RDA-initiatieven. Daarnaast leveren we de RDA-ambassadeurs voor de sociale- en geesteswetenschappen, die het RDA werk en output op deze terreinen verspreiden en bevorderen binnen deze internationale onderzoeksgebieden. Voor meer informatie zie de webinar: Research Data Alliance – Wat haal je eruit?

 

De RDA is continue op zoek naar onderzoekers, onderzoeksgebieden en partijen in de private sector die geïnteresseerd zijn in het testen en implementeren van output en aanbevelingen van de RDA, en is zeer bereid advies te geven in de verschillende stadia van dit proces.

 

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Node starter kit
RDA Europe Node programme materials
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Recent Activity

18 Apr 2019

Event: Importance of replication studies – Wednesday 19 June, 15.45 – 17.30, TU Delft

Dear Colleagues,
I would like to invite you to a seminar “Can I really read your emotions if I look deep into your eyes? The importance of replication studies” by Dr Joost de Winter from 3mE Faculty at TU Delft. Dr Joost de Winter was awarded a grant from NWO for a project aiming to replicate the study from the '60 reported in the Science journal. The study investigates whether eye pupils change their size in response to emotional stimuli (read more about this in Volkskrant).
* Date and location:
* Wednesday 19 June, 15.45 – 17.30

18 Apr 2019

Request for Advice on Capturing Intranet

Dear RDA members,
May some of you can help our colleagues at the DPC?
Thanks in advance for your help!
Kind regards/ Met vriendelijke groet,
Lisa de Leeuw
RDA NL coordinator
(I work 3 days a week, Wednesday and Friday are my days off)
+31 6 23 86 32 43
***@***.***
skype:lisa.de.leeuw
DANS: Netherlands Institute for Permanent Access to Digital Research Resources

09 Apr 2019

2019 SAA Research Forum Call for Proposals

*Apologies for cross-posting.*
The SAA Research Forum program committee invites submission of abstracts (of 250 words or fewer) for either 10-minute platform presentations or poster presentations. Topics may address research on, or innovations in, any aspect of archives practice or records management in government, corporate, academic, scientific, or other setting. The Research Forum will be held on Friday, August 2nd in Austin Texas this year.

08 Apr 2019

Knowledge Exchange Newsletter March 2019

Knowledge Exchange Newsletter March 2019
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Welcome to the first Knowledge Exchange (KE) newsletter of 2019!
The purpose of Knowledge Exchange is to exchange knowledge, build expert networks and cooperate between partners, with special a focus on Open Access and Open Scholarship. KE has an open eye for emerging opportunities to enhance and support an open higher education and research infrastructure.
Three more years of Knowledge Exchange have started!

05 Apr 2019

oproep voor nieuwe taakgroep LCRDM / call for new task group LCRDM: policy research data collaboration

** apologies for cross-posting - For English see below **
Beste List-members,
Graag jullie aandacht voor onderstaand bericht.
Wie helpt er mee? Oproep voor de zevende LCRDM Taakgroep
Inventarisatie van beleid en richtlijnen rond het samenwerken aan onderzoeksdata – 29 maart 2019
Inventariseren beleid en richtlijnen bij instellingsoverstijgende projecten: use cases, knelpunten en een mogelijke oplossing
De zevende oproep voor deelname aan een LCRDM taakgroep staat online. Zie: www.lcrdm.nl.

01 Apr 2019

RDA 13th Plenary Meeting - Nederlands deelnemers ontmoeten - 1&2 april

Hi allen,
Hierbij een oproep voor aanwezige Nederlanders tijdens de Research Data Alliance P13 bijeenkomst in Philadelphia 2-4 april 2019.
Tijdens de receptie op 2 april van 17:45 tot 18:30 uur in de Millennium Hall zal een Nederlands hoekje gecreëerd worden waar oudgedienden van en nieuwelingen voor de RDA met elkaar kennis kunnen maken.
Ingrid Dillo, co-chair van de RDA Council en coördinator van de Nederlandse RDA Node zal jullie daar ontvangen. Kom allen!

01 Apr 2019

NIH Workshop on Trustworthy Data Repositories for Biomedical Sciences

Apologies for cross posting
8 April @ 15:00 –21:00 (Amsterdam time)
The NIH Data Science Strategic Plan aims to modernize the ecosystem of biomedical data repositories. This workshop will introduce the concepts of trust principles for data repositories, which address management aspects of data repositories. The workshop will introduce the CoreTrustSeal Core Trustworthy Data Repositories Requirements (an emerging, international, community-based standard) to evaluate the management of data repository operations in biomedical sciences.

01 Apr 2019

Great New Case Study on Getting Started in Digital Preservation

The University of Glasgow has published a super case study on getting started in digital preservation – assessing the lay of the land and then getting stuck in with some possible ways forward!
If you're just embarking on your digital preservation journey, I recommend you check out this really thoughtful case study from Alison Spence, Valerie McCutcheon and Matt Mahon from the University of Glasgow Library.
It’s really useful example of the real importance of collaboration, reaching out, and just trying things out. Well done guys!