RDA members are RDA's greatest asset, and we greatly value their opinions, ideas and experiences. All RDA members are invited to contribute Blogs, telling the community about their experiences during events and meetings or in the context of their individual or organisational activity related to RDA.
Blog posts are moderated and, if approved, will be posted within 3 business days.
RDA P7 ECP - Implementing RDA Recommendations in a Student Journal
Blog by Robert Michael Lundin, Cardiff University - RDA Europe Plenary 7 Early Career Programme Winner
As a 4th year medical student in the UK, the path that lead me to the Research Data Alliance (RDA) plenary was different to many of the other early career program participants. I have no background in IT, bioinformatics or programming, but as a medical researcher I care passionately about how research data is analysed, shared and published.
Is there a place for human scientists in RDA (or greetings from the long tail of research data)
Blog by Heidi Laine, University of Helsinki - RDA Europe Plenary 7 Early Career Programme Winner
I am nowadays more familiar with concepts like metadata, identifiers and many more. I understand that in order for open research data to become the norm, we need to keep developing tools and services, creating data citation practices and metadata standards, as well as tackling technical and legal interoperability issues, to name a few.
An Unexpected Journey to Tokyo!
Blog by Emmanouil Chaniotakis, National Technical University of Athens- RDA Europe Plenary 7 Early Career Programme Winner
In the next few paragraphs I will try to give you an impression of how a newcomer experiences a plenary meeting in a country profoundly different that those used to visit.
RDA P7 Tokyo - from the lens of an IoT researcher
Blog by Eugene Siow, University of Southampton - RDA Europe Plenary 7 Early Career Programme Winner
My first RDA Plenary - a truly enriching experience and a wonderful encounter with the RDA community. The following article summarises the experience and thoughts attending the plenary, from the lens of a computer scientist working with the Internet of Things.