status: Completed

Chair (s): Thomas Jejkal, David Wilcox

Group Email: [group_email]

Secretariat Liaison: enquiries@rd-alliance.org


Charter

The Research Data Repository Interoperability Working Group will establish standards for interoperability between different research data repository platforms. These standards may include (but are not limited to) a generic API and import/export formats.

Initial Membership

Co-Chairs

Thomas Jejkal, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany

David Wilcox, Duraspace, Canada

Members

Colleen Fallaw, University of Illinois, USA

Stefan Funk, Goettingen State and University Library, Germany

Wolfram Horstmann, Goettingen State and University Library, Germany

Cynthia Hudson-Vitale, Washington University in St. Louis, USA

Rick Johnson, University of Notre Dame, USA

John Kunze, California Digital Library, USA

Ralph Mueller-Pfefferkorn, Technical University Dresden, Germany

Robert Olendorf, Los Alamos National Laboratory, USA

Ajinkya Prabhune, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany

Ulrich Schwardmann, Goettingen State and University Library, Germany

Adam Soroka, University of Virginia, USA

Rainer Stotzka, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany

Jared Whiklo, University of Manitoba, USA

Andrew Woods, Duraspace, USA

Posts

16
May
2022

A Book Review on Rethinking language education and linguistic diversity in schools: Thematic report from a programme of expert workshops and peer learning activities (2016-17)

by thobias sarbunan

A Book Review on Rethinking language education and linguistic diversity in schools: Thematic report from a programme of expert workshops and peer learning activities (2016-17)
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16
May
2022

A Book Review on Rethinking language education and linguistic diversity in schools: Thematic report from a programme of expert workshops and peer learning activities (2016-17)

by thobias sarbunan

A Book Review on Rethinking language education and linguistic diversity in schools: Thematic report from a programme of expert workshops and peer learning activities (2016-17)
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16
May
2022

A Book Review on Rethinking language education and linguistic diversity in schools: Thematic report from a programme of expert workshops and peer learning activities (2016-17)

by thobias sarbunan

A Book Review on Rethinking language education and linguistic diversity in schools: Thematic report from a programme of expert workshops and peer learning activities (2016-17)
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17
February
2022

Deadline for the P19 Call for submission is 26th February and other news items!

by Irina Hope

Dear Group Members,  We would like to share some important deadlines and news items with you.  One week left to submit your session application for RDA’s 19th Plenary Meeting! The Call for Sessions deadline is next week, the 26th of February, at 23:59 UTC. This is a firm deadline and there will be no further extension. 
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22
January
2022

Collecting the Main Idea of Text (A Raw Data)

by thobias sarbunan

This raw data may be used to generate systematic book summaries or to sum up each chapter of a book. The purpose of disclosing raw data is to encourage authors to study literacy using a review approach, especially in scientific studies. https://archive.org/details/httpswww.rd-alliance.orgcollecting-main-idea-text-raw-data
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21
January
2022

Save the dates: Dataverse Community Meeting (virtual), June 14-16, 2022

by Philipp Conzett

Save the dates and join our vibrant Dataverse community on June 14-16 this year to discuss and learn more about how the Dataverse repository software including its larger ecosystem of integrated tools and services as well as the continuously growing community of DevOps, curators, and other FAIR data experts can support you in your FAIR data stewardship efforts. More information will be posted on the community web page: https://dataverse.org/events.
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10
December
2021

Closure of Research Data Repository Interoperability WG

by Secretariat Group Account

Following previous communication from Secretariat, this WG has now been closed due to inactivity. We invite you to share with the RDA community any ongoing activities of the co-chairs and/or group members - this information can be added to your group page. The work of all the RDA Groups is appreciated and respected by the RDA community and in the interests of openness and transparency, we hope you will take this opportunity to close your group well and bid everyone, including your group members, farewell. Thank you RDA Secretariat
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31
August
2021

Nusantara (I Wish)

by thobias sarbunan

This study highlights the previous results of various statistical data of research publications in a medium publication range in 2021, as well as several articles published in 2020, using Google Scholar as the primary database to demonstrate the urgency of modern education transformation and grounded thinking. What I discovered was that Human Development Index-ideas, were intertwined with the issues of change and education. Through local to international academics, Indonesia is characterized
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31
August
2021

Nusantara (I Wish)

by thobias sarbunan

This study highlights the previous results of various statistical data of research publications in a medium publication range in 2021, as well as several articles published in 2020, using Google Scholar as the primary database to demonstrate the urgency of modern education transformation and grounded thinking. What I discovered was that Human Development Index-ideas, were intertwined with the issues of change and education. Through local to international academics, Indonesia is characterized
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31
August
2021

Nusantara (I Wish)

by thobias sarbunan

This study highlights the previous results of various statistical data of research publications in a medium publication range in 2021, as well as several articles published in 2020, using Google Scholar as the primary database to demonstrate the urgency of modern education transformation and grounded thinking. What I discovered was that Human Development Index-ideas, were intertwined with the issues of change and education. Through local to international academics, Indonesia is characterized
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