03 November 2021 to 11 November 2021

Research Data Alliance (RDA) Plenary events see a global cohort of data professionals meeting to work on international data challenges. During the period from 3 - 11 November, a series of parallel sessions will be organised across different time zones to facilitate participation from across the globe. Working Groups, Interest Groups and Communities of Practice will showcase and advance their work while new areas of collaboration will be presented as Bird of a Feather meetings.

RDA is a unique global community driven initiative working on building the social and technical bridges to enable sharing and re-use of data across all disciplines, technologies and geographical borders. RDA Plenary meetings are held every six months and are exciting and productive events that bring together a unique community of data scientists, librarians, computer scientists, and domain scientists. Plenary meetings are special working events that really help move the data community forward in creating tangible deliverables that improve data sharing and re-use across disciplines, technologies, and countries.

FAIRsFAIR at RDA Plenary

A total of 4 posters from FAIRsFAIR will be presented at RDA Poster Exhibition. Each poster will have 2 minutes of presentation, on two different days: 4 November 09:00 – 10:00 UTC and 9 November, 18:00 – 19:00 UTC.

  • Poster 18: Gabin Wilfried Kayumbi - "Supporting Research Data Management skills across disciplines with FAIRsFAIR Competence Centre"
  • Poster 19: Yuri Demchenko - "Data Stewardship Competence Framework: Instrumental in Organisational Skills Management, Career Path building and Training"
  • Poster 20: Jessica Parland - "How to shape services to improve the FAIRness of the data that they are used for? The FAIRsFAIR service assessment framework"
  • Poster 21: Ilona von Stein - "Helping repositories progress towards becoming more FAIR-enabling"

Furthermore, on 11 November 16:00-17:30, FAIRsFAIR will have Robert Huber (MARUM) has a panelist in the breakout session "WG FAIR Data Maturity Model: Widening: What is the FAIR Data Maturity Model and How it Can be Used".

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