Feedback on the Tri-Council Draft DM Policy

Submitted by the Research Data Canada Policy Committee On behalf of the RDC Steering Committee and Stakeholder Community Research Data Canada is pleased to provide feedback to the Tri-Agencies’ Draft Data Management Policy on behalf of the RDC stakeholder community. The feedback was facilitated through discussions of the RDC Policy Committee, and includes comments extracted […]

blog arrowPosted on: Aug 24, 2018

August 2018 Newsletter

Welcome to the inaugural issue of the RDC Newsletter, which will provide a periodic update on research data news from the RDC stakeholder community and beyond. We look forward to your feedback and suggestions for future issues. RDC News  VPsR Workshop On April 13, RDC facilitated a one-day workshop with Canadian university Vice-Presidents of Research. […]

blog arrowPosted on: Aug 9, 2018

Guest Blog Post: No Data Left Out in the Cold

Written by: Chantel Ridsdale, Project and Outreach Coordinator | Canadian Cryospheric Information Network (CCIN)/Polar Data Catalogue (PDC) What is Cryospheric Science? Cryospheric science is the interdisciplinary study of permafrost, snow and ice, primarily on the surface of the Earth, but also on other planets and moons. The cryosphere is an integral part of the climate […]

blog arrowPosted on: Aug 8, 2018

RDC National Data Services Framework Summit: September 22, 2017

Authour: Mark Leggott, Executive Director, Research Data Canada (RDC) The Canadian National Data Services Framework Summit took place just after the 10th RDA Plenary in Montreal, and gathered a broad stakeholder community to discuss the opportunities and challenges of building National Data Services in support of research data stewardship in Canada. The Summit provided an […]

blog arrowPosted on: Nov 9, 2017

Guest Blog: Maximizing Health Research Data Benefits in Public Health Emergencies: A Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR) Perspective

Written in collaboration by CIHR’s Science Strategies and Initiatives Branch, the CIHR Institute of Infection and Immunity, and the CIHR Institute of Population and Public Health Sharing information quickly and effectively during a public health emergency (PHE)[1] can save lives. Yet the need for timely data access must be balanced with a range of ethical, […]

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