Webinar

FAIR + Software: decoding the principles

Location: 
Virtual

An opportunity to understand how the FAIR principles can benefit software artefacts and review the panorama of tools available to improve the FAIRness of software in the scholarly ecosystem.

Other event

Cambridge Data Week 2020

Location: 
Virtual

The Office of Scholarly Communication at Cambridge University Libraries is delighted to announce a week long series of webinars featuring topics surrounding the research data management landscape. Cambridge Data Week will be held between 23 and 27 November 2020.

FAIRsFAIR event

Certification Support Workshop

Location: 
Online

For the repositories selected to be part of FAIRsFAIR FAIR Support Programme, FAIRsFAIR is organising a workshop in which experts will analyse common issues these repositories are having in their journey towards the CoreTrustSeal certification, and tackle those issues.

Other event

Realising the European Open Science Cloud

Location: 
Virtual

Help create a FAIR research data landscape. Discover new tools and techniques and aggregate your services to the EOSC Portal!  EOSC-hub, FREYA and SSHOC are joining forces in shaping the EOSC.

Training

FAIRsFAIR-CODATA-RDA Data Steward Training Series

Location: 
Virtual

Purpose and main takeaways 

Increasingly, Data Stewards play an essential and functional role in data management, helping and accompanying researchers throughout the research process. Data Stewards also interact with many stakeholders including policymakers, researchers, data scientists, IT personnel and technicians.

Other event

Photon and Neutron EOSC symposium

Location: 
Online

The Photon and Neutron Open Science Cloud  (PaNOSC) and the European Open Science Cloud Photon and Neutron Data Service (ExPaNDS) projects are organizing, jointly with the Extreme-Light-Infrastructure (ELI), a "Photon and Neutron EOSC symposium" on 9 November 2020 followed by the "2020 PaNOSC & ExPaNDS Annual meeting" on 10-11 November 2020.

Other event

2nd Workshop on Conceptual Modeling, Ontologies and (Meta)data Management for FAIR Data (CMOMM4FAIR)

Location: 
Vienna, Austria

In an increasingly complex and heterogeneous environment, significant effort is required to efficiently work with data and other digital objects. The Findable, Accessible, Interoperable and Reusable (FAIR) principles were elaborated to tackle these problems, describing a minimal set of requirements for data stewardship towards higher data reusability.

FAIR Open Access Week
Other event

Open Access Week 2020. Presentation by Mark Allen, FAIRsFAIR Champion

Location: 
Virtual

The Open Access Week runs between 2nd and 6th October and its organised by Université de Strasbourg. It is an international event which allows everyone to discover initiatives that aim to promote open access to research results. Mark Allen, a member of FAIRsFAIR European Group of FAIR Champions, gave a presentation on  “The FAIR principles in action for Open Science” during the “Data and Open Science" Session on 5th November.

FAIRsFAIR event

Training Resource Catalogue Interoperability Workshop

Location: 
Virtual

FAIRsFAIR is organising, in conjuction with EOSC-5b Training and Skills Team, the "Training Resource Catalogue Interoperability Workshop".

Other event

EOSC-Pillar Webinar: The role of policies for a sustainable EOSC

Location: 
Virtual

Policies can contribute to fostering principles of open science and open data. In this webinar, representatives from funding bodies and universities as well as EOSC stakeholders discuss the role and consequences of policies on a national and institutional level, and how they interact. Further discussion points will be e.g. the consequences of open access policies and to what extent policies can be regarded as an indicator for sustainability. Joy Davidson, from Digital Curation Centreand member of FAIRsFAIR, together with SPARC Europe, will do a presentation on Overview of National Policies and Strategies on FAIR.

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