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We are pleased to announce that Repository Fringe 2018 will take place on Monday 2 & Tuesday 3 July at the Royal Society of Edinburgh.
Repo Fringe is a conference for repository managers and others interested in research data and publication repositories to come together to discuss emerging issues and the latest policy and technological advances. Participation is a key element - the event is designed to encourage all attendees to share their repository experiences and expertise.
Repository Fringe is a gathering for repository managers and others interested in research data repositories and publication repositories. Participation is a key element – the event is designed to encourage all attendees to share their repository experiences and expertise.
Traditionally Repository Fringe takes place in Edinburgh every August, and is aimed primarily at a UK-based audience.
2016 Programme Themes:
When: 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM UTC
RDA's 17th Plenary Meeting will take place on 20-22 April 2021. The Plenary is currently scheduled as a hybrid event, with a physical component at the Edinburgh International Conference Centre and enhanced virtual participation.
More information on RDA P17 can be found at https://www.rd-alliance.org/plenaries/rda-17th-plenary-meeting .
Following the declaration by the World Health Organisation of a pandemic with regards to COVID-19, this event has now been cancelled.
The DCC is delighted to announce it will be running a one-day workshop at the RDA plenary in Melbourne. This will take place on Monday 16th March at La Trobe University, close to the RDA plenary venue.
Repository Fringe provides an annual forum for repository administrators, developers/coders, and information professionals to interact and explore the application of innovative technologies including cultural developments (such as research data management principles and open data, social media, altmetrics) to their ongoing repository work in a relaxed and informal environment.
The DCC is pleased to be collaborating with the University of Lancaster on a workshop to explore several Jisc Research Data Spring (RDS) projects.
The DCC is pleased to collaborate with Jisc on a workshop to consider what challenges remain in meeting the EPSRC policy framework, and what lessons can be learned from other institutions.
The workshop is part of Jisc's Research at Risk co-design challenge and will be free to attend.