Every member of the RDA community is unique and has a different reason for being involved. Sharing your RDA Journey helps others understand the value of the community. Please visit https://docs.google.com/document/d/1oaRdLe3ZnxsNVvrV6rpClLfvHOzFigjbKfqa... and include a few sentences on your RDA experience and don’t forget to write your name, role, affiliation, country there too. Photos and Twitter handles are also welcome.
RDA Europe welcomes six new Ambassadors to its programme further wideing its engagement efforts and coverage with disciplines and focus topics like Natural Sciences, Health Sciences, Research ethics and Interdisciplinarity, Bioinformatics, Media and Communication or Sustainable Development Goals.
This second webinar focused on RDA groups and outputs related to Data Management Plans. We aimed to highlight ongoing work in RDA from the perspectives of RDA Interest and Working Group chairs, facilitating discussion between the chairs and potential adopters of RDA Recommendations and Outputs. Recordings and slides of the webinar now available
The webinar -taking place on 31 July 9.00 AM CEST - highlights the work of the RDA Active DMPs, Exposing DMPs and DMP Common Standards working groups.
The University of Arizona, one of RDA Organizational Members, is seeking to fill a Research Development Associate (RDA) in Research Development Services (RDS).
RDA Europe, the European plug-in to the Research Data Alliance, is expanding its network of national nodes. Currently nineteen, (Austria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Croatia, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Ireland, Italy, Hungary, the Netherlands, Norway, Lithuania, Portugal, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, UK) the national nodes aim to foster adoption of RDA outputs in the region.
Ireland’s National Framework on the Transition to an Open Research Environment was officially launched yesterday. The National Framework is the culmination of the hard work and collaboration of all members of the National Open Research Forum (NORF) including the National Library of Ireland and RDA Ireland coordinating organisation. NLI and RDA Ireland are both part of the initial group of organisations endorsing the plan.
Ahead of the first Australian RDA plenary in 2020, the RDA and the Australian Research Data Commons (ARDC) are collaborating to present an “RDA meet and greet tour” in Australia from 22 July to 8 August. The tour provides an opportunity to find out more about the work of RDA and to meet Hilary Hanahoe, RDA Secretary General.