Recent Activity: RDA in Denmark

RDA & the humanities. Network meeting in Denmark
24 Sep 2019

RDA & the humanities. Network meeting in Denmark

 

The Research Data Alliance (RDA) in Denmark invites researchers from the humanities to a network meeting on September 24th, 2019. This meeting is about how to access and re-use research data and which international networks you can join. Learn more about the Danish National Archives' data and other public data, and about the networking groups in RDA.

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24 Sep 2019

Do You Want to Access and Re-use Research Data?

 

The Research Data Alliance (RDA) in Denmark invites researchers from the humanities to a network meeting about how to access and re-use research data and which international networks you can join. Learn more about the Danish National Archives' data and other public data, and about the networking groups in RDA.

Please register for the event here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/do-you-want-to-access-and-re-use-research-data-tickets-69981694131

September 24th  , 2019

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23 Jul 2019

RDA output adoption webinar series: Data management plans

RDA Output Adoption Webinar Series: Data Management Plans

31 July 2019, 9am CEST / 5pm AEST

The RDA Secretariat aims to promote the uptake of RDA Recommendations and Outputs across all regions. In this context, the RDA Secretariat is working on is a series of webinars that aim to train stakeholders for adoption. The webinars will highlight outputs of RDA Interest and Working Groups, and demonstrate the added value of RDA. 

23 Jul 2019

RDA output adoption webinar series: Data management plans

 

RDA Output Adoption Webinar Series: Data Management Plans

31 July 2019, 9am CEST / 5pm AEST

The RDA Secretariat aims to promote the uptake of RDA Recommendations and Outputs across all regions. In this context, the RDA Secretariat is working on is a series of webinars that aim to train stakeholders for adoption. The webinars will highlight outputs of RDA Interest and Working Groups, and demonstrate the added value of RDA. 

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14 Jun 2019

“What is the Research Data Alliance and how can it benefit you?” Kick-off event RDA in Denmark

 

Are you encountering everyday challenges while creating, collecting and managing data?

Do you often find that your work as a data creator, data manager, data steward or data curator is not properly recognized and valued?

Then, the Research Data Alliance (RDA) is the right place for you!

With over 8100 members from 137 countries, the RDA provides a forum where members come together to develop and adopt solutions that promote data-driven research, data sharing and accelerate the growth of a cohesive data community.

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09 Sep 2019

Responsible conduct of research for HUM, PhD course

 

Responsible conduct of research - PhD Programme at the Faculty of Humanities at University of Southern Denmark

Module 3: Research data management

Research data in the context of the humanities could be derived or compiled resulting from processing or combining 'raw' data (e.g., text and data mining, compiled databases), and/or they could also be reference or canonical meaning a static or organic conglomeration or collection of datasets, probably published and curated (e.g., collection of letters, archive of historical images).

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07 May 2019

Call for papers: Data Science Journal special collection on RDA results

A news item has been published to advertise the Data Science Journal special collection on RDA results: https://rd-alliance.org/call-papers-research-data-alliance-results-special-collection The collection has a continuous call for papers and submissions are accepted at any time. RDA Europe is covering APCs for up to 30 articles.

21 May 2019

Data Management Basic Course

 

The amount of research data in digital form is growing rapidly. This entails new challenges and new opportunities in terms of storage, organization, and (international) collaboration among other. The purpose of the course is to view a research project through the lens of research data. Participants gain insights into various data management policies, the possibilities in Denmark and abroad that support storage and depositing of data in repositories. Furthermore, participants learn how to link their research data to a persistent identifier (DOI - Digital Object Identifier).

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19 Mar 2019

Data management Basic Course

 

The amount of research data in digital form is growing rapidly. This entails new challenges and new opportunities in terms of storage, organization, and (international) collaboration among other. The purpose of the course is to view a research project through the lens of research data. Participants gain insights into various data management policies, the possibilities in Denmark and abroad that support storage and depositing of data in repositories. Furthermore, participants learn how to link their research data to a persistent identifier (DOI - Digital Object Identifier).

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16 Jun 2019

"What is the Research Data Alliance and what will it do for you?" at the WESC conference in Cork

 

At the Wind Energy SCience (WESC) conference in Cork, Ireland  Danish RDA node member Nikola Vasiljević from DTU will give an introduction talk about the RDA to the wind energy community. The presentation will emphasise the current strives in developing both the Danish national node as well the wind energy interest group within the RDA. The talk will be presented in the WESC mini-symposium on "FAIR Data Principles in Wind Energy Research", which is chaired by Anna Maria Sempreviva from DTU.

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14 Jun 2017

RDA meets Nordic researchers, Göteborg, Sweden

 

Venue: Chalmers Teknikpark, Sven Hultins gata 9C, 41288 Göteborg, Sweden
Audience: Research communities, policy makers, open science enablers and promoters

The European branch of the Research Data Alliance (www.rd-alliance.org), RDA Europe, is organising a series of RDA events through Europe. The aim if this event is to make the work of the RDA better known and to lower the effort to participate in the RDA activities in general and the Working and Interest groups in particular.

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