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05 Mar 2016

7th RDA Plenary Summary

Blog by Ramine Tinati, University of Southampton - RDA Europe Plenary 7 Early Career Programme Winner


The following article synthesizes my activities during the Research Data Alliance (RDA) Plenary meeting held in Tokyo, Japan, during March, 2016. I would first like to thank the RDA for providing me with an early careers award to support my travel and attendance.

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17 Dec 2015

Update on IG Education and Training for Handling of Research Data

The Interest Group on Education and Training for the Handling of Research Data (IG-ETHRD) had a bumper turnout at its most recent meeting (P6, Sept 2015), with 99 seats filled and some more people listening from outside.  Clearly the training and skills agenda is an important one which connects directly to building capacity and creating jobs across the research data space.  

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23 Oct 2015

AGU and RDA – How Partnerships Grow

Some of you may have heard me talk about or reference ‘AGU’ from time to time, and when I do, it’s almost always met with blank stares, or questions of ‘What’s that?’  It’s time to partially answer that question, and give at least one reason I talk about the American Geophysical Union (AGU).  Turns out that AGU and RDA complement each other’s work, so I thought I share a bit about the organization, where I see synergies, and why it’s important to talk about other organizations.  [Full disclosure – I’ve been an AGU member for quite awhile, have served on their Meetings Committee, and regular

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