The FAIRsFAIR journey introduced solutions for FAIR implementation across use cases, processes, needs and phases. While there is no one-fit-all solution, many use cases have drawn a possible way towards interoperability.
In 2020 FAIRsFAIR selected 10 repositories from an open call to receive support in CoreTrustSeal certification. In this third blog, we offer advice for repositories considering a CoreTrustSeal application.
In 2020, FAIRsFAIR selected 10 repositories from an open call to receive support in CoreTrustSeal certification. In this second blog we address the feedback from the 10 repositories.
In 2020, FAIRsFAIR selected 10 repositories from an open call to receive support in CoreTrustSeal certification. In this blog, experience from participants has been examined.
On 26th November 2021, the Open Research Competencies Coalition (ORCC) in cooperation with FAIRsFAIR and EOSC Synergy projects co-organised a virtual session on Advancing the skills agenda for reproducibility, open and FAIR.
During the FAIRsFAIR final event, on 26 January, William Kilbride, Director Digital Preservation Coalition and Ingrid Dillo, Deputy Director DANS and project coordinator at FAIRsFAIR had a discussion about long-term data preservation issues today and how much both FAIR and long-term preservation are needed. The outcomes of this chat resulted in this blog post.
The FAIRsFAIR project is pleased to announce that a proof-of-concept training materials browser has been developed for use with the terms4FAIRskills terminology by a team from WP6. The purpose of this materials browser is to provide an ‘in use’ proof-of-concept instance of the terms4FAIRskills terminology. The browser retrieves teaching materials from an existing collection through the use of keywords derived from the terminology.
On January 13th 2022, FAIRsFAIR co-organized a workshop together with SSHOC and EOSC-Nordic regarding the creation and facilitation of a European network of FAIR-enabling Trustworthy Digital Repositories (TDRs).
Joy Davidson and Angus Whyte, from Digital Curation Center (DCC) and Leader of FAIRsFAIR FAIR Policy and Practices WP, assessed the policy and practice landscape, as well as provided support to guide necessary changes at funding body, repository and organisational levels to support increased production and use of FAIR data
With FAIRsFAIR reaching the finishing line, Ilona provided us a summary of FAIRsFAIR Certification Team pulled out to support repositories in increasing their data FAIRness