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There is now less than one week to go until the RDA 20th Plenary starts, we are excited to share a few reminders with you.

As RDA celebrates its 10th anniversary, this plenary will be extra special as the three-day programme will bring together researchers, data scientists, policymakers, and data stewards for in-depth discussions about data. The 20th Plenary pathways can help you browse the different breakout sessions from a topical perspective.

The RDA’s Technical Advisory Board (TAB) are hosting a post-Plenary 20 webinar to share the takeaways of the breakout sessions held during the event and discuss next steps. 

The webinar aims to provide attendees a clearer understanding of the collaboration approaches among RDA groups, as well as an opportunity to hear directly from group chairs on their vision for future activities.

The Research Data Alliance (RDA) and Oracle for Research  are delighted to announce a special collaboration for the global research data community.

With the finalisation of the version 1 of FAIR indicators for COMBINE archives, this series of hack-together events will be held on Zoom. The aim is to do a complete (manual) example evaluation for the COMBINE models, as follows:

Registration: For the zoom joining inforamtion, please contact Prof. D. Waltemath at dagmar.waltemath(at)uni-greifswald.de.

RDM, from Strategy to Impact:  What you need is an infrastructure (people & technology) and a mindshift.

3 discussions on 9, 16, 23 March 2023 at 13:00 UTC.

It is widely accepted that the FAIR data principles highlight the importance of metadata. The Data Documentation Initiative (DDI) community has decades of experience in supporting data production and reuse within the social, behavioural, and economic sciences through the publication and use of detailed, machine-actionable metadata specifications. This webinar explores the lessons that have been learned over that time, and how these lessons can be applied more broadly in the context of FAIR data sharing.

The Research Institute for Quality of Life (RIQL), part of Romanian Academy, invites you to participate in a workshop for presenting and discussing the results of the EU FAR – EU Funds by Area Results project, in the format of an online event, which will take place on February 28, 2023, at 10 a.m. (Bucharest time). The workshop will be in Romanian.