The Terms4FAIRskills project continued its engagement with the wider community with two more hack sessions on the 27th and 29th January 2021. Building on the work of the the last two hack sessions in December 2020, the project core team...
We interviewed FAIRsFAIR Champion Isabel Bernal to understand how CSIC is enabling open, reproducible science across multidisciplinary repositories.
Participants in the first in a series of hackathons helped refine the terms in the current version of the Terms4FAIRskill terminology by using them to annotate real world training materials.
Do we need FAIR software? Inria's Morane Gruenpeter, co-author of the just published FAIRsFAIR Assessment report on 'FAIRness of software' considers the options.
At the beginning of October, FAIRsFAIR participated in the workshop FAIR for Facilities organised the ExPaNDS project. FAIR for Facilities concentrated on what FAIR means for those working in the photon and neutron community.
Formally appointed on 3 June 2019, the experts meet periodically to provide guidance on FAIRsFAIR activities implementation. The last meeting was organised on 23 September where the HLAC provided target recommendations on FAIRsFAIR lines of action and reviewed FAIRsFAIR recent reports.
The EOSC Symposium week (19-22 October) included lots of interesting presentations on various EOSC related activities and I’m fairly sure there was something in it for all of us. As a member of two EOSC projects on FAIR, FAIRsFAIR and EOSC-Nordic, I attended the sessions that were of particular interest to those.
Highlights from a podcast interview with Joris van Rossum, Director for Research Data, International STM Association, and Eefke Smit, Director of Standards and Technology, International STM Association, and FAIRsFAIR Champion.
On 8 and 9 October 2020, FAIRsFAIR organised a design workshop entitled FAIR Competencies for Higher Education as part of the ongoing project effort to advance the integration of data stewardship within higher education curricula. Hosted by the University of Amsterdam and the European University Association and linked to the project activities on FAIR Data Science and Professionalisation, the workshop brought together 24 participants from all over Europe and different sectors to present and discuss the efforts of FAIRsFAIR and other stakeholders in this area.
The FAIR Certification work group selected ten selected repositories to receive funding and support to obtain their CoreTrustSeal Certification. In exchange, they help us with connecting the CoreTrustSeal Requirements to the FAIR principles. Ultimately, the goal is to have FAIR-enabling Trusted Digital Repositories (TDRs). Let’s have a look at the process: how does FAIRsFAIR support these ten repositories in their journey towards trust and FAIR?