The Research Data Alliance (RDA) was launched as a community-driven initiative in 2013 with the Australian Government’s Department of Innovation as one of the founding funders. Since then, RDA members from Australians have been involved in the RDA governance boards, represented organisational members, co-chaired many RDA Working and Interest Groups, and adopted RDA Outputs. In the lead-up to Plenary 15, the number of Australian RDA members grew by about 140 members between October 2019 and early March 2020, and continues to grow.
RDA in Australia is an RDA National Group that aims to bring together the Australian RDA community and to facilitate and support Australian involvement in the RDA. We would like to ask you a few questions so we can better help you reap the benefits that RDA brings.
What benefits are you hoping to get from your engagement in RDA, both internationally and in Australia?
What can RDA in Australia do to help you achieve these benefits?
What would you like to contribute to RDA, both internationally and in Australia?