Data stewardship is an emerging role within the research environment and has been identified as key enabler of a FAIR research data landscape. In September 2021 UCC Library's Research Data Service carried out a survey of data stewardship activities among the research community. This workshop will present a summary of the survey findings. We will also hear from some experts in data stewardship
https://wesharedata.org/Events/NovemberOur speakers Joy Davidson and Eva Méndez will share current work on helping researchers improve their data documentation (i.e., metadata) and give us reasonable steps as societies to help encourage our researchers with their own documentation practices.
In this webinar, the panelists provide their experiences with the tests they have used to evaluate the FAIRness of their metadata, the measures they took to improve their FAIRness score, and recommendations to others who would like to improve their score using FAIRness evaluation tests. The presentations will be followed by a Q&A session.
Research Data Alliance (RDA) Plenary events see a global cohort of data professionals meeting to work on international data challenges. During the period from 3 - 11 November, a series of parallel sessions will be organised across different time zones to facilitate participation from across the globe. Working
Is Data Science a new approach to solving problems, one that applies across disciplines as various as physics, sociology and linguistics? Or are machine learning, deep convoluted neural nets, and other exciting phrases just statistics on steroids? Recent developments in Data Science broadly construed, and the products these have yielded (or promise to yield) are undeniably exciting: identifying and predicting disease, personalised healthcare recommendations, automating digital ad placement, predicting incarceration rates, and countless other tools have attracted a lot of attention.
On October 20th FAIRsFAIR will join the online workshop "The Road to EOSC seen from the national level", organized by the Authority for Digitalization of Romania and the Technical University of Cluj-Napoca, in collaboration with Open Science Knowledge Hub (OSKH) and the coordinators of the National Initiative on the cloud for open science (RO-NOSCI).
iPRES, or the International Conference on Digital Preservation is the premier conference series on digital preservation. Since 2004 there have been annual iPRES conferences around the globe for the international digital preservation community to share their recent research, development projects, implementation efforts, and other practical experiences, and to enhance collaborations within the field and across the related domains.
#EGI2021 will take place from October 19th until 21st. The conference theme is: “Beyond the Horizon: Shaping the Digital Future”. This event will provide an overview of how the EGI Federation is contributing to shaping the digital future: with EOSC growing more mature, the new EU research funding programme Horizon Europe on its way, and an exciting range of advanced services and innovative computing models supporting research, a new landscape for research is being shaped.