FAIRsFAIR National Roadshow in United Kingdom
Date: 
26 November 2021
Location: 
Online

This two hour online interactive event will bring together professionals in the open research space to discuss the aspects of provision of training.  The multidisciplinary workshop is building on the work of a collaborative group - the Open Research Competencies Coalition (ORCC). The event is organised in collaboration with JISC and the EOSC Synergy project.

The workshop is intended to share information and collectively build a resource linking to existing activities and opportunities for training of both researchers and the trainers. While intended to discover examples of best practice internationally, one outcome of the event will be to identify gaps in the existing training provision. This is an early component of a larger landscape report to create a useful resource for the community.

 

Agenda

10:00-12:00 GMT (11:00 -13:00 CET)

10:00 -10:15

Welcome

Helen Clare, Jisc and EOSC Synergy

10:15 -11:00

Session 1: What support is being provided to researchers?

A view from a University. Nick Sheppard, University of Leeds

Discussion: What support is currently being provided around open science in your institution?

11:00 - 11:15

Coffee break

11:15 - 11.45

Session 2: What support do “trainers”/research support need to deliver this?

FAIRsFAIR Data Stewardship training. Elizabeth Newbold, STFC and FAIRsFAIR

UK Reproducibility Network. Marcus Munafo, University of Bristol

Discussion: What skills and support do trainers/research support services (RDM/library/researcher developer/research manager) need to advance and support open/reproducible/FAIR practices at their institutions? How could this be provided?

11:45 -12:00

Closing thoughts

 

Recording of the event

 

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