FAIR and Responsible Research Data Management (FAIR-RRDM)

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A Drexel Metadata Research Centre and CODATA workshop on knowledge sharing between research communities and research institutions, pre-event to the 13th RDA Plenary.

The aim of this workshop is to bring together researchers, data management experts, policy leaders and to facilitate knowledge sharing between research communities and between institutions. Perspectives from all domains and from research institutions are in scope. At least one session will examine progress in the biomedical community and lessons to be learnt, particularly in relation to good practice and mechanisms for controlled sharing of sensitive and restricted data.

Call for Papers, deadline, 4 March: https://conference.codata.org/Drexel_CODATA_2019/

Places limited, register at: http://bit.ly/Drexel-CODATA-Workshop-Register

Date and Hour
31 March 2019 01 April 2019
Venue
Drexel University
Philadelphia, USA
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Organization
Drexel Metadata Research Centre and CODATA

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