RDA Breakout Sessions - Salon C - Tuesday 17 Sept

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Breakout Sessions Salon C

Tuesday September 17th |  Washington Marriott

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Engagement – 09:00 – 12:15

COORDINATORS: Marcio Faerman, Inna Kouper, Andrew Maffei

In its breakout session, the RDA-Engage interest group will build upon the successful session and a very insightful discussion during the first RDA plenary in March 2013. One or two guest speakers from other organizations, such as the ESIP Federation, will share their experiences with community engagement, followed by the brainstorming session on the next steps for RDA-Engage in creating advantages and capacities for data exchange.

Marine Data - 12:15 – 13:15

COORDINATOR: Helen Glaves

The break-out session for the RDA Marine Data Interest Group will take place on Tuesday, September 17 at 12:15 to 13:25 in Salon C. The meeting will discuss the draft charter and in particular the activities planned for the group with regards to assessing the current state of the art for standards, formats, best practice etc. in use for marine data management including the documentation, assessment and dissemination of these standards etc. to the wider user community.
The BoF session will also discuss the strategy for the expansion of the IG membership and also how the RDA MarineData group will engage with other relevant RDA working and interest groups.

PID types – 14:00 – 18:15

COORDINATORS: Tim DiLauro, Tobias Weigel

The PID Information Types WG session will focus on extracting an initial set of types from the use cases that have been gathered from various communities so far. The use case documents need to be examined in more detail and recurring themes must be identified that can be used to define an initial set of types during the session. Furthermore, in the session we will work on the high-level architecture of the API and sort out the roles of various stakeholders that are important for practical adoption. Activities during the session will be creative, technically detailed and focused on solving practical problems.