[CODATA-international] RDA Libraries for Research Data Co-Chair Nomination
avidegani at geokg.com
Mon Jan 4 13:43:01 EST 2021
I am Prof. Avi Degani from Israel (Middle-East) would consider nomination.
In past years I was representative of Israel Academy of Science to CODATA.
I have invented the GIS back in 1968 – and later have created the term and field of knowledge Geocartography = Free-Space Variable-Resolution Analysis, which is a highly Location Intelligence variably applied.
I am in Israel an Emeritus Professor of Tel-Aviv University, and President (owner) and Scientific Director of a private research & strategy marketing company – leading the Israeli market, but working
Worldwide – to a great extent applying Feasibility & Market Potential Analysis. I am also Representative of ESOMAR to Israel.
Please let me understand more specifically what shall be required of me to produce if becoming a Co-Chair.
From: CODATA-international <codata-international-bounces at lists.codata.org> On Behalf Of Andi Ogier
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Subject: [CODATA-international] RDA Libraries for Research Data Co-Chair Nomination
The RDA Libraries for Research Data Interest Group is looking for 2 new co-chairs drawn from 2 of the following geographic regions: Oceania/Australia, Asia (including Southeast Asia and South Asia), Africa, Middle East and/or South America.
Please feel free to nominate yourself or a colleague from one of the above regions. We will follow up with all nominees to ensure they are willing and able to stand for election.
This nomination form will close on January 15, 2021. We will hold elections in February 2021 so that we can have new co-chairs to introduce to the community at Plenary 17.
Co-chairs may attend plenary sessions in person or virtually (if available) and should participate in co-chair meetings to plan and deliver plenary sessions. Co-chairs may also lead IG projects outside of plenary sessions, if of interest.
If you have any questions please let me know!
As a member of the local community, and as an employee of Virginia Tech, I join in acknowledging the Tutelo/Monacan people, who are the traditional custodians of the land on which we work and live, and recognize their continuing connection to the land, water, and air that Virginia Tech consumes. We pay respect to the Tutelo/Monacan Nations, and to their elders past, present, and emerging. I'm grateful to the American Indian & Indigenous Community Center<https://ccc.vt.edu/index/aiicc.html> at Virginia Tech for providing this land acknowledgement statement.
Andrea L. Ogier (she/her)
Director, Data Services
alop at vt.edu<mailto:alop at vt.edu>
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