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29 Oct 2020 UTC

Publishing GLAM data as FAIR data

29 Oct 2020 - 16:00 UTC

Cultural heritage data collections from the Galleries, Libraries, Archives, and Museums (GLAM) sector are crucial resources that can help advance research for scholars in the humanities. However, data requires management and data management requires guidelines for implementation. The Findable, Accessible, Interoperable and Reusable (FAIR) principles have been widely adopted as best practice in data management and publication.

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29 Sep 2020 UTC

Using FAIR data from Galleries, Libraries, Archives and Museums (GLAM) sector

29 Sep 2020 - 16:00 UTC


The Research Data Alliance Ireland national node, the Digital Repository of Ireland and with the support of Europeana Research, held the first virtual meeting in a series dedicated to Findable, Accessible, Interoperable and Reusable (FAIR) and open data for the Galleries, Libraries, Archives and Museums (GLAM) sector.

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09 Sep 2020 UTC

What is RDA and Why Should I Attend Virtual Plenary 16?

09 Sep 2020 - 01:00 to 02:00 UTC

When: 5:00 - 6:00 PM UTC

The Research Data Alliance (RDA) is an international organization working to develop infrastructure and best practices to drive data sharing and data-driven innovation. The 16th RDA Plenary Meeting was originally planned to take place in Costa Rica, but due to the pandemic, will instead be a virtual event (VP16), taking place 9-12 November 2020.  Join us in this webinar to learn more about RDA and why you should attend VP16.    

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07 Aug 2020 UTC

Understanding the Impact of the RDA COVID-19 Recommendations and Guidelines on Data Sharing

07 Aug 2020 - 03:00 to 04:30 UTC

RDA-US office


Featured speakers include:

  • Leslie Borrelli McIntosh
  • Stephanie Russo Carroll (Indigenous Peoples)
    Native Nations Institute
  • Dawei Lin (Clinical)
    National Institute of Health
  • Natalie Meyers (Omics)
    University of Notre Dame
  • Daniel Mietchen (Community Practice)
    University of Virginia
  • Amy Pienta (Social Sciences)

Under public health emergencies, and particularly the COVID19 pandemic, it is fundamental that data is shared in both a timely and an accurate manner. It is imperative, now more than ever, coupled with the harmonisation of the many diverse data infrastructures, to share preliminary data and results early and often. It is clear that open research data is a key component to pandemic preparedness and response.

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