Early Bird registration for the Research Data Access and Preservation Summit 2017 (RDAP17), April 19-21, Seattle, WA is closing soon! Be sure to take advantage of the lowest rate RDAP has ever been able to offer (only $190!) by registering by Friday, February 3rd: https://www.asis.org/rdap/registration-faq/

RDAP17 will offer a diverse set of topics and presenters cutting across disciplines, institutions, and roles involved with the major challenges of providing access to and preserving research data. Panels, posters, lightning talks, institutional snapshots, and problem tables will provide greater opportunities for engagement with the community. The full program is available here: https://www.asis.org/rdap/program-2017/

In addition to the regular program, RDAP17 is hosting two incredibly affordable workshops on “A Friendly Introduction to GitHub” ($25) and “Building and Utilizing Rubrics for Assessment of Data Management Plans” (free): https://www.asis.org/rdap/program-2017/#workshops

Don’t forget to register online for a room at the conference hotel, the Renaissance Seattle, by March 28th. We have secured a special discount rate of $189/night, single or double occupancy: http://bit.ly/2jZtgsJ

We hope to see you in Seattle for the best RDAP yet!

Follow all of the RDAP17 news via these channels:

Website - https://www.asis.org/rdap/

Twitter - @RDAPSummit and #RDAP17

Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/ResearchDataAccessPreservation/

Listserv - http://mail.asis.org/mailman/listinfo/rdap

Amy Neeser
Research Data Curation Librarian
Deep Blue Data Coordinator
University of Michigan Libraries
3175 Shapiro Library
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