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20
December
2019

Session proposal P15

by Rainer Stotzka

Dear co-chairs and members of Research Data Schemas WG, The RDA Technical Advisory Board (TAB) reviewed your session proposal on December 19 and approved it. Congratulations! To improve the agenda of the meeting TAB would like to recommend: The agenda should be clear that this group is focused on creating a broad consensus about identifying and bridging gaps in existing schemas commonly used for research data (not just looking at schema.org, as discussed with TAB and in the P14 session already).
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18
December
2019

I-ESA: Smarter Interoperability with Federation and Artificial Intelligence (SIFAI) workshop

by Joao Moreira

Dear colleagues,  I'm  supporting Prof. Marten van Sinderen (U.Twente) to organize this workshop in I-ESA, a relevant conference in interoperability research.  Submissions from the group are welcome. Apologies for cross-posting. Best regards, João   
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10
December
2019

Reminder: RDA Research Schemas WG monthly call - this Thursday (12th), 8pm UTC

by Mingfang Wu

Dear All, This is a gentle reminder we have a scheduled monthly call from the RDA research metadata schemas WG on this Thursday, 12 December at 08:00 PM UTC - please use this link to check for your local time. Agenda
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06
December
2019

RDA Plenary 15 Announcements - Registration and Calls for Co-located Events and Posters Now Open 

by Yolanda Meleco

RDA is excited to announce several important pieces of information related to RDA Plenary 15: Data for Real-World Impact, which will be held from 18-20 March 2020 in Melbourne, Australia at the Melbourne Convention Exhibition Centre, MCEC (https://mcec.com.au/).
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06
December
2019

P15 Session Proposal Received

by Alexandra Delipalta

  Dear RDA Chair,   Thank you for your session proposal for Plenary 15 titled “Progress and use cases from the Research Metadata Schemas WG”.  A review of all submitted proposals is now underway by the RDA Technical Advisory Board, with notifications of acceptance and scheduling details planned to be sent out the first week in January.     Please feel free to contact us with any questions or concerns you have regarding your submission.     Thank you.   Regards,   Alex Delipalta, on behalf of the RDA Secretariat
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28
November
2019

Deadline For P15 Group Session Submissions Extended To 5 December 2019

by Alexandra Delipalta

Dear RDA members,    RDA's 15th Plenary meeting, Melbourne, Australia, 18-20 March 2020    The deadline to submit session proposals for Plenary 15 in Melbourne, Australia has been extended to 5 December 2019, midnight UTC. Group session application form Joint meeting application form
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13
November
2019

Summary from the RDA P14 group session, reminder of this Thursday's (14th) call

by Mingfang Wu

Dear All, *First*, we would like to thank those who participated in the Research Metadata Schemas WG session at the RDA P14. This collaborative session notes
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12
November
2019

Deadline for P15 Group Session Submissions Fast Approaching

by Alexandra Delipalta

Dear Group Members,  The deadline for group session submissions for Plenary 15 is 28 November 2019, midnight UTC – just two weeks away. If your group is interested in submitting a session for a working group, interest group or joint meeting session, submissions will only be accepted from your group chairs, so be sure to coordinate with them to ensure proper communication of the submission.    If you are a chair and submitting for a joint meeting session, all chairs involved in that joint session must be notified of the submission. 
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09
October
2019

P14 Session Chair Update

by Yolanda Meleco

In preparation for Plenary 14 in Helsinki, please refer to the information presented below pertaining to your breakout sessions.   Remote Participation Remote participation will be available in each meeting room through GoToMeeting, which will be running from the laptop provided by the University. By just opening your presentation on this laptop, remote attendees will be able to view your slides and hear you speak.
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