The workshop will focus on presenting and gathering feedback on the draft “FAIR Competence Adoption Handbook for Universities” (working title). The handbook will be a practical tool for universities to implement FAIR research data management content and skills training in Bachelor, Master and Doctoral education programmes and will be published in December 2021. During the event, participants will reflect on the value and relevance of the handbook through the lens of practical examples of successful integration of FAIR-related content in higher education programmes.
The EOSC-Nordic WP4 invites and encourages repositories to sign-up for this FAIRification STEP 4 webinar. The focus of the meeting will be to address domain-specific metadata. This webinar is hosted on Thursday 7th October from 10:00-12:00 CEST.
Reliable FAIR data infrastructure relies on a stack of infrastructure components. This is very comparable with transport infrastructure: if I buy a car, I rely on the road. And in turn, the road construction companies rely on the availability of asphalt, as well as on machine manufacturers for their equipment. Which in turn rely on mining infrastructure.
Join us on 30 September, 14.00-16.00 CEST! In a world beset by challenges, from the COVID-19 pandemic to climate change, the social sciences have never been more important for impartial, evidence-based research and analysis.
This webinar will introduce the F-UJI assessment tool which was developed through the FAIRsFAIR project to support the programmatic assessment of seventeen minimum viable metrics for FAIR data objects.
Jointly organised by FAIRsFAIR, with OntoCommons and FairSharing, the Workshop "Applying FAIR principles to open science and industry to drive innovation: challenges and opportunities" takes place on 22 September at 16:30 CEST, during the Open Science FAIR 2021.
The workshop is a meeting point with the Open Science community, and the opportunity for the participants to gather inputs and suggestions for implementing FAIR and Open Science/Data.
OS Fair 2021 aims to bring together and empower open science communities and services; to identify common practices related to open science; to see what are the best synergies to deliver and operate services that work for many; and to bring experiences from all around the world and learn from each other
The workshop will address the needs and challenges encountered by teachers and trainers of research data management (RDM) and FAIR principles in higher education institutions, providing a platform for discussion and mutual learning. Participants will also have the opportunity to share their views and experiences and learn more from champion universities in Europe presenting their good practices in RDM and FAIR data training.