The U.S National Committee (USNC), the Committee on Data for Science and Technology (CODATA) and CODATA/ICSTI Task Group on Data Citation present the Data Citation Workshop: Developing Policy and Practice, sponsored by CODATA/ICSTI Task Group on Data Citation itself and hosted by the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine's Board on Research Data and Information.
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This Workshop aims at becoming a forum to discuss ideas and advancements towards the revision of current scientific communication practices in order to support Open Science, introduce novel evaluation schemes, and enable reproducibility. As such it candidates as an event fostering collaboration between
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The 3rd LEARN workshop on Research Data Management, “Make research data management policies work”, is the third of five international conferences within the EU-funded project, LEARN (Leaders Activating Research Networks).
RDA WG / IG Collaboration meetings have been held since the first RDA Working Groups were formed, with the purpose of keeping track of what the individual groups were doing, and of looking for leverage and synergies across groups. These meetings were first held as video conference, but since early 2014, face-to-face meetings have been held about 3 months after each Plenary, the location alternating between Europe and the US at this point.
The free flow of data is key to unlocking the full potential of the data economy in Europe. This consultation workshop on the Free Flow of Data initiative will focus primarily on the issue of data localisation restrictions and legal barriers to the free flow of data. The initiative will also deal with other emerging issues such as data ownership and access to data, liability, interoperability, and re-use of data.
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