IG Long tail of research data - RDA 11th Plenary meeting

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02 January 2018 1507 reads

Meeting title

Integration and interoperability in the long tail of research data

Collaborative session notes: 


Short introduction describing the activities and the scope of the group

Universities and research institutions are becoming increasingly interested in collecting and providing access to data produced at their institution that do not fall within the scope of other discipline-based repositories. However, managing research data in the long tail involves different challenges and approaches, especially in order to ensure some level of interoperability across data sets and avoiding silos through linking this data to the broader research ecosystem.

Additional links to informative material related to the group

Group page: https://www.rd-alliance.org/groups/long-tail-research-data-ig.html

Meeting objectives

-To discuss current practices around data interoperability for long tail data
-To identify gaps in data integration and linking
-To consider the need for recommendations and/or best practices for greater interoperability across data sets and repositories

Meeting agenda

-Introduction of previous work
-Case studies on data interoperability
-Chair rotation and new chair(s)

Target audience:

Data repository managers
Data librarians

Group chairs serving:  Kathleen Shearer, Wolfram Horstmann

Type of meeting: Informative meeting

Group Maturity: more than 18 months