Hear from one of the newest RDA groups, the Data Repository Attributes Working Group, and what motivated them to get started, what they’ve learned so far, and recommendations for others on how to not only get involved with this group, but also RDA. Co-chairs Matthew Cannon and Michael Witt will be our featured speakers in this episode. Listen now.
International Data Week 2022, hosted by the Republic of Korea, and running from 20-23 June 2022, is still accepting registrations for both in-person and virtual attendances. Those wishing to attend will first need to create an account on IDW2022.org. Once an account has been created, you can continue to register to attend in-person or virtually.
IDW 2022 Travel Update and RDA 19 Plenary final poster submission reminder
Starting 23 May, along with current PCR tests, the Republic of Korea accepts negative rapid antigen test results for travellers boarding flights to the country. Antigen and PCR tests must be professionally administered.
P19 Webinar Recording & Virtual Platform Whova Guide Are Available
International Data Week 2022 Early Bird Registration and Travel Update
International Data Week (IDW) takes place in Seoul, South Korea from 20-23 June 2022. IDW 2022 will be held as a hybrid conference for the first time with in-person and virtual participation options.
Join the Plenary 19 Webinars and Take Advantage of the Early Fee Discounts at IDW 2022!
International Data Week 2022, hosted by the Republic of Korea, is accepting both virtual and onsite registration. The early bird fee was extended till 31 May.
International Data Week 2022, hosted by the Republic of Korea, is now accepting onsite registration. Those wishing to attend will need first to create an account on IDW2022.org. Once an account is made, you can continue to register to attend in person or virtually. If you have already registered to attend virtually, but now would like to attend in person, you can now upgrade that initial registration, by logging in to your previously created account at idw2022.org.
This open call for proposals will select small community projects to show cross-disciplinary implementation and uptake of RDA recommendations and outputs within the EOSC environment. Learn more.