[Rdap] FW: [PAMNET] Workshop at NAS - The Future of the Commons: Data, Software and Beyond
daureen.nesdill at utah.edu
Mon Sep 14 12:03:57 EDT 2015
Thought people on this list may want to know about this event. Hopefully, they will make it virtual also.
On Wednesday, November 18, 2015, CENDI, NFAIS, and RDA/US will co-sponsor an event on "The Future of the Commons: Data, Software and Beyond" at the National Academies of Sciences in Washington D.C. This event will focus on the evolving concept of the "commons" and will include a list of speakers from across academia and private industry. Below outlines details about this workshop. If interested, registration is open. See the notice below for details.
Hope you can make it to this exciting and interesting event.
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Save the Date!
A One-Day Workshop Co-sponsored by CENDI, NFAIS, and RDA/US
Hosted by the Board on Research Data and Information & The National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine
National Academies of Sciences, Engineering & Medicine Keck Center, 500 Fifth St., NW, Room 100 Washington DC
** Wednesday, November 18, 2015, 9:00 am - 4:30 pm **
THE FOCUS OF THE DAY
Co-sponsored by CENDI, National Federation of Advanced Information Services (NFAIS) and the Research Data Alliance/US (RDA/US), and hosted by the Board on Research Data and Information and the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine, this one-day workshop for data professionals is focused on the evolving concept of the "commons" and the many challenges associated with its development.
Topics to be covered include privacy, security, customization by various research communities and the need for change in some research cultures.
"The Future of the Commons: Data, Software and Beyond" will provide a platform for attendees to collaborate with their peers and hear from industry experts. Speakers include:
* John Wilbanks, Chief Commons Officer at Sage Bionetworks
* Dr. Michael Carroll, Professor of Law and Director, Program on Information Justice and Intellectual Property, American University Washington College of Law
* Dr. Robert Grossman, Chair - Open Cloud Consortium, University of Chicago, Open Data Group, University of Chicago Booth School of Business
* Laurie Goodman, Editor-In-Chief, GigaScience
* Dr. Maurie Kelly, DataCommons at PSU, Director of the Informatics Group at Penn State Institutes of Energy and the Environment, Penn State University
* Dr. Merce Crosas, Project Lead - Dataverse, Director of Data Science at the Institute for Quantitative Social Science (IQSS) at Harvard University
Mark Your Calendars...Registration Now Open!<http://cendievents.infointl.com/CENDI_NFAIS_RDA_2015/wrkshp_reg.html>
Discounts provided to members of:
CENDI, the Federal STI Managers Group, was formally created in 1985 when a Memorandum of Understanding was signed by four charter U.S. government agencies (Commerce, Energy, NASA, and Defense). From this small core of STI managers, CENDI has grown to its current membership of 13 major science agencies involved in the dissemination and long-term management of scientific and technical information.
The National Federation of Advanced Information Services (NFAIS(tm)) was founded in 1958 to advance scholarly, scientific, and professional research by enabling members to examine issues of content, technology, and business models integral to their future success. Today, NFAIS continues to help information industry leaders-international scholarly associations, public and private companies, libraries, major corporations, and government agencies-stay on top of the latest trends, technologies and research methodologies by advancing communication and collaboration across the global information community.
Founded in 2013 through funding from the National Science Foundation, the European Commission and the Australian government, the Research Data Alliance (RDA) is a community-driven organization comprised of more than 3,100 members from more than 100 countries formed to build a social organization and technical infrastructure to reduce barriers of data sharing and exchange.
Nena Moss, PMP
Contractor to DOE/OSTI
Information International Associates, Inc.
Office of Scientific and Technical Information
Daureen Nesdill, MS, MLIS
Research Data Management Librarian
The Faculty Center @ the J. W. Marriott Library
University of Utah
daureen.nesdill at utah.edu<mailto:daureen.nesdill at utah.edu>
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