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Knowledge Exchange on the support of research infrastructure

In September 2018, experts from the KE Partner Organisations shared knowledge on the support of the use of research infrastructure in different European countries.

The Evolving Landscape of Federated Research Data Infrastructures

We interviewed sixteen federated RD infrastructures (FRDI’s) in the six Knowledge Exchange member countries, as a first step to get a grip on the phenomenon FRDI.

New KE Newsletter December 2016

Our latest newsletter, including information on new KE partner CNRS, our work around Open Scholarship and our recommendations for a repository for RDM training materials

KE recommendations for a Repository for RDM Training Materials

Knowledge Exchange have published recommendations for the creation of an international repository for information on training resources, in order to make existing nationally focused training material Findable, Accessible, Interoperable and Reusable (FAIR).

Knowledge Exchange presentation on 'Funding RDM and Related Infrastructures' at the 5th International LSDMA Symposium

Knowledge Exchange presented findings from the study into Funding Research Data Management and Related Infrastructures, at ‘The Challenge of Big Data’, the 5th International LSDMA Symposium.

New KE Report published: Funding research data management and related infrastructures

The Science Europe Working Group on Research Data and the Knowledge Exchange Research Data expert group joined forces to explore how RDM/RDI are, or can be, funded.

New KE Report available: Training for research data management: comparative European approaches

In today's changing research environment, RDM is important in all stages of research. This new KE report provides informed suggestions to help improve RDM training practices

KE response to the Amsterdam Call for Action on Open Science

New modes of scientific analysis and scholarly communication need a safe and user-friendly environment to analyse data and other research outputs such as scientific articles and monographs. Read our response to action item number 6 (Set up common e-infrastructures), following the Amsterdam Call for Action on Open Science.

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