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RDM Blog – We are now bilingual

February 4th, 2022 | by
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Almost 12,000 people from more than 125 countries currently study, research, teach and work at RWTH Aachen University. This living internationality at RWTH Aachen University is accompanied by strategies, measures and services to promote the internationality of studies, teaching and research. RWTH Aachen sees itself as a member of a global scientific community. For this reason, we are now proud to announce that our RDM Blog can now also be read in English.

At the latest since the establishment of a national research data infrastructure (NFDI) for the systematic indexing, sustainable securing and provision of data holdings from science and research, (inter-) national networking has played an increasingly important role in the field of research data management. And so the English language is becoming more and more prevalent in this subject area as well. The German Research Foundation (DFG) is also focusing more and more on international networking and collaboration and encourages this in all its funding programs.

Since one focus of our work is to best understand your needs, it is even more important to speak the same language – in every matter! That’s why we are pleased to announce that our RDM blog is now also available in English, in order to raise awareness of and provide information on the topic of Research Data Management even more effectively.

On the RDM blog you will find exciting blog posts about current developments, research areas and projects as well as information about events that either take place at the RWTH itself or are offered NRW-wide.

You can switch to the English mode by clicking on the corresponding button at the top of the right navigation bar.

Are you wondering what research data management actually is and how it is handled at RWTH Aachen University? Then you should really pay a visit to the blog! 😉

Responsible for the content of this article are Tanja Wittpoth-Richter and Arlinda Ujkani.

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