Long tail of research data IG

IG

Group details

Case Statement: 
IG Established
 

Status: Recognised & Endorsed

Universities and research institutions are becoming increasingly interested in collecting and providing access to datasets produced at their institution that do not fall within the scope of other discipline-based, or government repositories. The aim of this Interest Group is to develop a set of good practices for managing research data archived in the university context. The scope of the topic will be limited to the data generated in universities and research institutions and the role of institutional repositories and libraries as agents of the institutional data management.



Recent Activity

24 Jun 2018

Long tail data: applications for SDGs? SciDataCon Abstracts due Monday, 6/25

Dear Colleagues,
I recall that there was a question as to whether the Long tail of research
data IG was going to continue after P11, and I am curious to know whether
there are plans for an IG Meeting at RDA P12?
Also, I would like to kindly draw your attention to an additional
opportunity for engagement during International Data Week: If you work with
Long tail research data with applications that pertain to the Sustainable
Development Goals, please consider sharing your work to session #207,
Sustainable

15 Dec 2017

ONE WEEK TO GO! Call for Papers for 'Göttingen-CODATA RDM Symposium 2018, 18-20 March 2018' - Deadline 22 December 2017

ONE WEEK TO GO! The deadline of 22 December is approaching for abstract submissions for papers to be presented at the Göttingen-CODATA Symposium 2018 on ‘the critical role of university research data management infrastructure in transforming data to knowledge’.

28 Nov 2017

LIBER Webinar: Supporting Data Literacy - 12 December 2017, 14:00 CET

** Apologies for cross-posting **
LIBER Webinar: Supporting Data Literacy
*Join us on 12 December
at
1400 CET for a LIBER Webinar with the authors of TheData Librarian’s
Handbook .*
Robin Rice and John Southall will speak about how librarians can support
data literacy for their users and for themselves.
Robin will kick off the webinar with an overview of topics in data
literacy-related support and training: promoting data citation and open
licenses, data discovery and access methods, data formats and standards,

15 Sep 2017

By Next Wednesday 20-SEP-2017: Name Candidates for Chair Rotation

Dear Friends and Colleagues,
We would like to ask you to put forward your name or the name of a colleague to be considered for taking over a Co-Chair for the Interest Group "Long Tail of Research Data".
A simple message with a name, sent to myself or Kathleen is all we need at this point by Wednesday, 20-SEP-2017.

30 May 2017

LIBER / Helmholtz Webinar: Systems and Services – Adding Value For Research Data Assets - 8 & 20 June 2017

** Apologies for cross-posting **
*LIBER / Helmholtz Webinar: Systems and Services – Adding Value For
Research Data Assets*
LIBER’s Working Group on Scientific Information Infrastructures

22 May 2017

Webinar recording available for: Stefan Pröll: Long-Tail Research Data / CSV (RDA WGDC)

Dear all,
I just would like to let you know that he recording of Stefan Pröll's
Webinar on "Implementing the RDA Data Citation Recommendations for
Long-Tail Research Data / CSV files", together with links to supporting
papers as well as the slide set is now available from the webinar page at:
https://www.rd-alliance.org/group/data-citation-wg/webconference/webconf...
Thanks, again, to Stefan for presenting the SQL and Git solutions, and

17 May 2017

Reminder: tomorrow's RDA WGDC Adoption Webinar: Thu., 18.5., 17:00 CEST: Stefan Pröll: Long-Tail Research Data / CSV

Dear all,
This is a reminder concerning tomorrow's Webinar on implementations of the
recommendations of the RDA Working Group on Data Citation (RDA WGDC),
this time presenting two solutions particularly aimed at long-tail
research data:https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/4686338842366099714
Title: Implementing the RDA Data Citation Recommendations for Long-Tail
Research Data / CSV files
Presenter: Stefan Pröll