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On September 21st 2011 ANDS launched a new version of ANDS Online Services – a new-look Research Data Australia and a new workflow for publishing records in the ANDS Registry.
This release features:
Further information is available from:
A reminder to developers bringing services into the Federation to register now for the AAF’s one day workshop ‘Federating eXtreme Services: A Skills Development Workshop’ to be held at the eResearch Australasia Conference on Friday 11 November 2011. Workshop content can be viewed at: http://conference.eresearch.edu.au/workshops/
Participant numbers are limited to 20 and places are filling quickly. To register, go to: http://conference.eresearch.edu.au/registration/
The Conference will be held at the National Wine Centre in Adelaide from 15-17 May 2012. Collaborate | Innovate | 2012 will concentrate on what makes collaborations work; what leads to real change. The Program will contain a great mix of workshops to give you practical guidance on how to build, sustain and improve collaboration. Over the next few months we will announce some very exciting speakers.
Pre-program registration starts from today and as a special thank you to the first 50 registrants, our friends at FAL Lawyers are hosting a very special wine tasting on the evening of 16 May, ahead of the Conference dinner. You will be taken through a range of wines in the Adelaide Winemakers range by Winestate Magazine’s 2010 Winemaker of the Year, Nick Haselgrove.
A substantial discount is available for Early Bird Registrations right through to 1 March 2012 and it is worth noting the Group Registration which will really suit teams.
The registration website is at: http://www.crca.asn.au/conference/registration.html
You can follow Collaborate | Innovate |2012 on Twitter @Collab_Innovate
The AusGOAL website now features a video of Ross Wilkinson, Executive Director of ANDS, explaining why licensing is important to ANDS.
ANDS is promoting the use of AusGOAL in the research and innovation sector in order to build on the work already done in creating a single approach to licensing in the government sector.
ANDS has established two groups to share information about licensing. If you are interested in joining in the discussions, please contact Margaret.Henty@ands.org.au. They are the
VPAC is a leading Advanced Computing R&D service provider, established in 2000 as a not for profit registered research agency. We operate a Supercomputer Centre and provide Academia, Research Organisations, Government Agencies, and Industry with consulting services, training and support in a wide range of advanced computer applications; and provide expertise for computational modelling and simulation using high performance computing.
Please apply at email@example.com. Visit www.vpac.org for information on VPAC, www.massive.org.au for information on the MASSIVE facility. Contact Phil Tannenbaum on 03 9925 4733 for further information on this opportunity.
The conference will be held 6-10 November in Melbourne at the Sebel Albert Park. Featured speakers include Jan Brase, DataCite Managing Agent, Peter Fox, Tetherless World Constellation Chair and P Bryan Heidorn, Director, School of Information Resources and Library Science, University of Arizona and President, JRS Biodiversity Foundation.
Details regarding workshops are also available. To register please visit http://conference.eresearch.edu.au/registration/
Viviani Paz, Program Director, eResearch Australasia 2011
The Call for Poster participation is now open for eResearch Australasia 2011: eXtreme eResearch, with submissions open up to 6 October 2011, however early submission is appreciated. The conference will be held 6-10 November in Melbourne at the Sebel Albert Park. See http://conference.eresearch.edu.au/participate/ for more details.
Posters will remain in the display area throughout the conference and a poster session will be held Monday 7 Nov, 5:15 – 6:45pm to allow poster presenters to stand near their posters and talk with delegates.
Poster guidelines are available to help you prepare your poster, please visit: http://conference.eresearch.edu.au/participate/poster-guidelines/
Viviani Paz, Program Director, eResearch Australasia 2011
RDSI Research Data Services (ReDS) Tinman paper is now available for download and comment. Please see http://www.rdsi.uq.edu.au/reds.
We encourage you to review the document, and submit your feedback at any time. To be notified of RDSI events and announcements, please consider registering for the mailing list. Mailing list registration
The document under review at the workshop is the ReDS Tinman document, and RDSI is seeking feedback via an online portal either before or after the workshop to inform the structure and processes surrounding the ReDS Programme. To submit comments and feedback on the ReDS Tinman, please do so via the ReDs Tinman Feedback form by COB 15 November 2011. No sections are mandatory, including contact details, and your feedback is understood not to be representative of your organisation unless specifically indicated.
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