Scholarly primitives, such as representing, discovering, sampling and referring are typically well supported by data repositories. However, these do not provide evidence that the data or features provided by the repository are managed and operated in a trustworthy and reliable manner. Assessment against an agreed standard is a way to evaluate the reliability and sustainability of data repositories.
Corpora and datasets of pathological speech are hard to get simply because they are hard to share. In this webinar we will present and explore several alternatives for sharing such sensitive data. The webinar is interesting for all who struggle with sharing and obtaining similar types of data.
Humanities and social sciences researchers encounter a number of data protection issues in their work. An example is scientific events where photos and videos are taken and legal participant consent is required in order to comply with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). Surveys and other research activities pose similar problems.
The 2020 edition of the CLARIN Annual Conference will be organised as an online event. This year’s edition has been designed to attract a wider audience and get the most out of the innovative options that come with a virtual format: the conference will consist of special sessions and will be enriched with an informal programme.
Exaptive is hosting a free half-day conference on Tuesday, 29 September, designed to help understand the landscape of data and analytic tools that have been created in the fight against COVID-19. During this conference, presentations will highlight the current state of knowledge across the domains listed below and will include facilitated discussions leveraging the data, tools and expertise in the Cognitive City® knowledge graph.
SSHOC is developing a data repository service for SSH institutions. The new service is built upon the Dataverse software and will be adjusted to the needs of the European research infrastructures.
DANS has organized an Open day on Open Science together with Promovendi Netwerk Nederland, Horizon2020 project OpenAIRE and Open Science Communities the Netherlands. It will be an online afternoon about research data management, data archiving and data re-use, especially organized for (young) scientists and data librarians. Learn more at https://dans.knaw.nl/en/current/events/open-day-on-open-science-2020-drop-your-data-fair?set_language=en.
The global Digital Preservation Coalition is hosting #WeMissiPRES, an online programme of talks, presentations, and networking opportunities for the digital preservation community. The 3-day event is on the 22nd, 23rd, and 24th of September, 2020, and includes several presentations from RDA members related to COVID-19 data-sharing and digital preservation.
The third annual meeting of the RDA in France National Node will take place on September 16, 2020. It is intended both for people already active in RDA and for those who want to get information or who plan to participate in its activities.
The Virtual CODATA/RDA School of Research Data Science alumni event will be held from 31 Aug 2020 - 11 Sep 2020.
The event will replace the face-to-face Summer School event originally planned to take place in Trieste.
All past students are invited to join online to review, update and discuss training strategies for each of the curriculum sections that were covered during previous schools. The goal is to make alumni more confident in sharing their learning and to train others.