Read the success stories about sharing and reusing data in the latest E-data & Research in Dutch. Including in this issue: Trading areas VOC and WIC online, EHRI brings researchers and sources together as a platform for Holocaust research and Koninklijke Bibliotheek saves XS4ALL homepages.

Do you want to professionalise in the field of data support? Follow the renewed “Essentials 4 Data Support” course and learn the art of good data management and data preservation. This course has been contributing to the professionalisation of data supporters in the Netherlands and the rest of the world for years. Register now for the course rounds in 2020.

The United Nations has declared 11 February as the international day of women and girls in science. Over the past 15 years, the global community has put a lot of effort into inspiring and involving women and girls in science. Yet women and girls lag behind in participating in science. Various publications on this subject can be found in NARCIS.

Let’s play our new DANS data game!

The National Open Science Festival takes place on August 27, 2020 in Wageningen. An Open Call for sessions has been announced on Februari 1st.

In 2018, Statistics Netherlands (CBS), Rijkswaterstaat and KiM launched a new design for the national mobility study Onderweg in Nederland (ODiN). The data for this is available via EASY.

RDA Recommendations are the official, endorsed results of RDA and considered “flagship” outputs.

Just like previous years, three guest speakers from the Winter School for Audiovisual Archiving will present a live streamed webinar. Register for the webinars on January 14, 15 and 16.