I am pleased to send you the invitation to the Interest Group in Agricultural Data (IGAD) Pre-Meeting P10 in Montreal (Canada), 17-18 September 2017. You can access the original invitation here (this document remains updated):
Some new information on the RDA Interest Group on Agricultural Data (IGAD) Pre-Meeting that will be held on April 3th to 4th, before the 9th RDA Plenary Meeting at the Faculty of Library and Information Science, University of Barcelona. We are pleased to share the meeting agenda and information on the venue with you.
this is an invitation for all interested persons to join the discussion group "Building Synergies in Capacity Development" in the next IGAD pre-meeting (3-4 April 2017 in Barcelona).
The group will discuss about possible synergies between existing education and training activities (especially led by GODAN, RDA, CODATA etc.), about agricultural science needs for open curricula focussed on open data and about best practices and development proposals for training programmes.
Following up on Imma Subirat’s post on October 17th, I would like to invite those who are interested in joining the discussion group on “Metrics and indicators in agricultural science” in IGAD Pre-meeting on 3-4 April 2017 in Barcelona. I will be co-chairing the group discussion together with Hugo Besemer from Wageningen University.
On behalf of the RDA  Interest Group on Agricultural Data (IDAG) , Global Open Data in Agriculture and Nutrition (GODAN), the organizing and local committees, I am pleased to invite you to our pre-conference meeting that will be held April 3-4, 2017 at the Faculty of Library and Information Science of the University of Barcelona. The event will take place before the 9th RDA Plenary Meeting, April 5-7, 2017..
Thank you so much for sharing all these updates with us. As regards the poster, it looks really attractive and contains much more information that I expected – on top of that, I believe that the format used makes it really easy to adapt to other crops (in the future) and reuse it in a slightly different context (I always pay attention to potential reusability of outcomes).
I am really looking forward to hearing more from the WG.
Vassilis Protonotarios, PhD