This month, the Research Data Alliance (RDA) launched a year-long commemoration of its 10th anniversary. Celebrating ‘A Decade of Data’, the organization will host a variety of international and regional events and activities throughout the year to reflect on its achievements and recognize community members, partners, and funders.
The WorldFAIR Oceans Science Case Study is asking for your help!
The Case Study will gather guidance from partners across the project (and any collaborators or colleagues they invite) on how its central use case - the Ocean InfoHub - can best interoperate with digital assets and key stakeholders in their domains.
RDA is a unique global organisation, spanning all continents and covering all scientific and research disciplines. It facilitates cross disciplinary, cross cultural, cross border collaboration openly accessible and inclusive for all stakeholders. RDA is a global community of data experts, using open and community driven mechanisms to develop open science, open research and FAIR solutions in support of digital transformation.
The draft programme is now available for RDA P20, a hybrid event taking place 21-23 March 2023 in Gothenburg, Sweden.
To accommodate as many of the large number of applications we received as possible, an additional breakout session has been added! The three day Plenary programme includes more than 50 different sessions ranging from data sharing practices, developing new data guidances and the power of building data communities to topics discussing infrastructure projects in science data and more.
In the WorldFAIR project, CODATA (the Committee on Data of the International Science Council), with the RDA (Research Data Alliance) Association as a major partner, is working with a set of eleven disciplinary and cross-disciplinary case studies to advance implementation of the FAIR principles and, in particular, to improve interoperability and reusability of digital research objects, including data.
Applications are invited for the position of Training and Engagement Manager as part of the Digital Repository of Ireland (DRI) team located at the Royal Irish Academy (RIA).
The WorldFAIR project held a series of successful workshops between July and October 2022 to introduce and complete FAIR Implementation Profiles (FIPs) with eleven case study work packages. This process culminated in a plenary meeting of the WorldFAIR case studies, “FIPs in WorldFAIR: What have we learnt?” which took place as part of the FAIR Convergence Symposium in Leiden on 25 October 2022.