RDA Europe, the European plug-in to the Research Data Alliance, recently ran the third call for RDA Europe national nodes to expand its European network and is pleased to announce that three new countries are joining forces to foster adoption of RDA outputs in the region.
Under the theme “Data Makes the Difference”, the 14th Plenary meeting of the Research Data Alliance will explore researchers’ abilities to use data in making a positive impact in the world’s complex challenges. Whether this is your first plenary meeting or you are an RDA expert, here is your guide through the Plenary in Helsinki.
We are pleased to announce that we will be bringing the poster competition back to P14, after receiving a number of great submissions. This time, voting will be opened to all attendees.
On the first day of the plenary, an online voting form will be circulated and participants will be asked to vote for their five favourite posters. At the end of Day 2, we will collect responses and announce the top three places, who will each receive a prize! The announcement will be made at the social dinner at Tapahtumatalo Bank Restaurant.
Following on from the announcement of funding for eight projects following an Adoption Open Call earlier this year, RDA Europe 4.0 is pleased to give an update on their progress so far. Activities for all eight projects are underway and over the coming weeks and months we will look to highlight the aims and achievements of each one.
RDA is pleased to announce the candidates nominated for the 2019 Technical Advisory Board (TAB) election. For members not familiar with TAB, this RDA governance group provides technical expertise and advice to RDA Council, and assists in the development, review and promotion of RDA Working & Interest Groups.
The founding organisations wish for International Data Week are inviting proposals to host the third and fourth editions of this exciting event in September/October/November 2021 and 2023 respectively. Deadline is 28 October 2019.
Support to Data Repositories, Semantics and Data Policies: FAIRsFAIR partners recently analysed the Research Data Alliance Interest and Working Groups to identify those whose priorities most closely match with FAIRsFAIR activities.
In this article lead by Mike Fortun and Kim Fortun, the authors discuss four different ways they are involved in and with collaborative projects. The Digital Practices in History and Ethnography Interest Group (DPHE-IG) they organized within the Research Data Alliance (RDA) is mentioned as part of these discussions.
If you are planning on traveling to Helsinki, Finland next month for RDA Plenary 14, please make sure you register for the meeting and book your hotel reservations as soon as possible.
The “Coordinating the Global Open Science Commons Interest Group” (GOSC IG) recently submitted its charter and is seeking comments from the RDA community. The charter is a brief summary of what the group plans to address, how it’s aligned with the RDA mission and how the group would be a value-added contribution to the community.