status: Recognised & Endorsed

Chair (s): David Giaretta, Kevin Ashley, Tomasz Miksa, Elli Papadopoulou, Maria Praetzellis

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The proposed activity of this group is to act as a nucleus for discussing requirements for and identifying developments needed to support active (i.e. able to evolve and be monitored) data management planning. Working groups will be proposed to carry out work on specific areas of interest.

Currently research data management plans (DMP), created at the proposal stage of a project, do not evolve and cannot be monitored in any detail. The DMP should begin at the planning stage for any dataset, evolving through its entire lifecycle and is therefore fundamental to ensuring that data is appropriately managed, archived, preserved and available for re-use. 

There is very broad interest and willingness to contribute to the work. Preliminary ideas around the concept of ADMPs and potential topics for the working groups have been identified. These include specifying practical tools and services to support the data creators and their organisations in managing and making their data re-usable and also as the data managers and funders that have a requirement to administer and monitor these plans.  The ADMP IG is distinct from, but will need to work with, many other groups including those on certification, domain repositories, metadata and preservation e-infrastructures.

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16
August
2022

New chair of the IG: Elli Papadopoulou and Maria Praetzellis

by Tomasz Miksa

Dear all, I'm delighted to inform you that Elli Papadopoulou and Maria Praetzellis are the new chairs of the Active DMPs IG. Elli is part of the Argos team. Maria is with the DMP Tool. Both of them have been actively contributing to the activities of this group. I would also like to thank Sarah Jones and Paul Chodacki who are stepping down from being the chairs. Thank you for the hard work and I hope to still see you in our plenary meetings!
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30
May
2022

RDA Plenary - DMP Common Standards and Active DMPs - preparation for the joint session

by Tomasz Miksa

Dear colleagues, I would like to remind you that groups working on DMPs are going to have a joint session at the upcoming RDA plenary (virtual). Details can be found here: https://www.rd-alliance.org/beyond-machine-actionable-dmps-lets-go-forwa...
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27
May
2022

Invitation and Help with Promotion for “Professionalising Data Stewardship | Global Updates To Inform RDA Community” Webinar taking place 30 June

by Yolanda Meleco

Hello.  We are writing to invite you to an upcoming webinar presented by the RDA Professionalising Data Stewardship Interest Group taking place at 14:00 UTC on 30 June. The webinar will introduce the Outputs of the groups and include the following speakers:
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14
April
2022

RDA Plenary 19 Draft Programme Now Available

by Secretariat Group Account

Dear Group Chairs, The RDA 19th Plenary draft programme is now available: https://www.rd-alliance.org/rdas-19th-plenary-programme-0. Please note that the Plenary programme is a part of the International Data Week programme that can be accessed at https://www.rd-alliance.org/international-data-week-2022-programme.
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25
March
2022

RDA Plenary 19 as a part of IDW 2022 - Notification of Acceptance

by Secretariat Group Account

Dear Chairs of the DMP Common Standards WG and the Active Data Management Plans IG, Congratulations! Your RDA Plenary 19 (P19) Joint session application titled Beyond machine-actionable DMPs - let's go forward together! has been approved. Please consider this your official notification of acceptance.
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04
March
2022

P19 session proposals submissions

by Irina Hope

Dear group members,  Thank you for submitting your session proposal for the Plenary 19 titled ‘Beyond machine-actionable DMPs - let's go forward together!’.  A review of all submitted proposals is now underway. Notifications of sessions acceptance will be sent out by Thursday, 24th March.  Please contact the RDA Secretariat at enquiries@rd-alliance.org with any questions or concerns you may have regarding your submission.   Kind regards,  RDA Secretariat 
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17
February
2022

Deadline for the P19 Call for submission is 26th February and other news items!

by Irina Hope

Dear Group Members,  We would like to share some important deadlines and news items with you.  One week left to submit your session application for RDA’s 19th Plenary Meeting! The Call for Sessions deadline is next week, the 26th of February, at 23:59 UTC. This is a firm deadline and there will be no further extension. 
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10
January
2022

Public Collection of 800 + DMPs at Phaidra Repository

by Daniel Spichtinger

Dear all, As part of OpenAIRE advance I was involved last year in creating and analysing a collection of 800+ public Horizon 2020 Data Management. The findings of the analysis where already published in Open Research Europe at https://open-research-europe.ec.europa.eu/articles/1-42
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14
October
2021

Webinar designed for RDA Group participants

by Stephanie Hagstrom

Hello - My apologies for cross-posting. We wanted to be sure RDA group Chairs and group members received this information about an upcoming webinar specifically designed to provide tips and strategies for promoting project outputs. This webinar is designed for RDA Working and Interest Group Members, but anyone interested in this topic is also invited and welcome to attend. Please register and attend "How To Get Attention for Research Project Outputs " webinar on 21 Oct 2021 - 15:00 UTC presented by Jennifer Gibson. Register here.
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21
September
2021

Papers to do a systematic review

by Yulia Karimova

Dear colleagues,   My name is Yulia Karimova. I´m a PhD student at the Faculty of Engineering of the University of Porto, and I´m also a researcher and data steward at INESC TEC Porto. I’m a part of several RDA groups. My doctoral thesis is focused on DMP, namely the development of DMP services at an institution and the improvement of the RDM workflow in general. 
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