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27 Nov 2019

Deadline for P15 Sessions, Webinar “Why Should I Attend the 15th Plenary in Melbourne”, Council Nominations, Adoption stories, P14 Blogs and more: our November newsletter is out!

This issue opens with all P15 not-to-be-missed including key deadlines, webinars and call for travel grants. The 5 new members that have been elected to serve on TAB for a 3-year term are presented, while the call for Council nominations is also announced. Three new documents are now open for community review, and two interviews have been done with RDA members presenting domain point of views. A long list of blogs are now available from P14 in Helsinki, and much more: what an increadibly reach month this November was!

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15 Nov 2019

Research Data Architectures For Research Institutions (RDARI) IG Survey Closing Date Extended to 30 November 2019

Communication on behalf of the Research Data Architectures For Research Institutions (RDARI) IG 

 

The Research Data Architectures for Research Institutions (RDARI) Interest Group is conducting a survey of the research data management services offered by universities and research institutions around the world. This will enable comparisons to be drawn between different institutions and help establish benchmarks for service provision. If you are happy to provide your contact details, colleagues will be able to get in touch to discuss points of interest.

 

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30 Oct 2019

RDA October Newsletter - Thank you Helsinki, TAB Election Closes 6 Nov, P15 Call for Sessions, and more!

It’s been barely a week since many of us returned home from Plenary 14 in Helsinki, but I’m sure most can say without a doubt, it was another fantastic meeting. With over 571 attendees, 90 breakouts, excellent keynotes and panel decisions, an Unconference event and an interactive Outputs and Adoption session, there was an abundance of collaboration, conversation and energy. We can’t thank our local organisers, Aalto University and our sponsors enough for accommodating our community. Some highlights from the meeting are provided in this newsletter, but we will be sure to provide more details on the outcomes of the meeting in future RDA communications in the coming days and weeks.

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17 Oct 2019

Secretariat Staff Change

As a result of a change of institutions for the regional office and re-focus on the North American strategies and activities of the Research Data Alliance, Anthony Juehne has recently stepped down from his role on the RDA Secretariat. Anthony continues to be very actively involved in RDA on a regional level, as well as within global activities surrounding the Sustainable Development Goals and Health. I would like to thank Anthony very much for his dedication and efforts during his time on the secretariat.

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