Global research Commons: Europe and beyond
RDA and EOSC Future are pleased to collaborate on a half-day satellite event in conjunction with the RDA 20th Plenary Meeting
“Building blocks of Global Research Commons: Europe and beyond”
New: the event recording is now available on the EOSC Future website!
20 March 2023, 11:00-16:15 UTC, Gothenburg, Sweden
Venue: Lindholmen Hall (Hallen), Lindholmen Conference Centre
This is a hybrid event and free to attend. To register in -person or to attend virtually please see this page here.
Questions about the event or registration issues? please email: RDA Open Calls <email@example.com>
About the event: Implementing research commons at disciplinary, regional or national level is a common issue across the globe. The challenges are diverse and have to take into account many policy, governance or technical focused complexities. This event will focus on the issues related to practical implementation of research commons. The opening session will be a collaboration with members of the RDA's Global Open Research Commons WG, and a high-level panel discuss diverse global perspectives in approaches to implementation, and will examine several themes and challenges in assembling the main features of such research commons, including the researcher perspective. The second part of the event will focus on how to implement these challenges from the bottom-up, showcasing examples of how RDA’s diverse data community are tackling challenges, with specific examples from the RDA EOSC Future Open Calls projects and Ambassador programme. Topics will cover practical aspects of implementation such as Interoperability, Discoverability and Community Engagement. The event is jointly organised by RDA and the EOSC Future project.
Key take-aways from the event: Attendees will come away with a deeper understanding of the different types of global research commons, their priorities,examples of roadmaps and frameworks to tackle the challenges as well as an understanding of research community needs. The audience will learn from others about different approaches and examples of implementation with the ultimate goal of supporting global coordination and alignment for such research commons.
This event will be of interest to: International audiences involved in implementing research commons at disciplinary,regional or national levels, funders, data experts, technical managers, and other implementorin general those implementing research commons.
This event is free to attend as a stand-alone workshop of RDA P20. To attend the RDA P20 event please register via the P20 registration. You can also register for this event as part of the Plenary 20 registration.
Register for the EOSC workshop ONLY (no Plenary attendance) Here.
Please only sign-up in person if you are sure you can attend.