Clearing some of the highest FAIR hurdles: PIDs, Metadata, and Semantic Interoperability for Researchers
Webinar

Clearing some of the highest FAIR hurdles: PIDs, Metadata, and Semantic Interoperability for Researchers

upcoming
Date: 
04 February 2021 - 13:00 to 14:30
Location: 
Virtual

The FAIRsFAIR Task 2.1 aims at enabling sustainable technical implementation of the FAIR principles on a broad level and improving understanding of the current variety in FAIR concepts. The first iteration of three reports on the state of FAIR in the European scientific data ecosystem was published in late 2019.

Clearing some of the highest FAIR hurdles: PIDs, Metadata, and Semantic Interoperability for Data Stewards and Service providers
Webinar

Clearing some of the highest FAIR hurdles: PIDs, Metadata, and Semantic Interoperability for Data Stewards and Service providers

upcoming
Date: 
21 January 2021 - 13:00 to 14:30
Location: 
Virtual

The FAIRsFAIR Task 2.1 aims at enabling sustainable technical implementation of the FAIR principles on a broad level and improving understanding of the current variety in FAIR concepts. The first iteration of three reports on the state of FAIR in the European scientific data ecosystem was published in late 2019. 

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.

Webinar

FAIRification of Services – Two Examples

8 April 03:00 PM CET (1 hour webinar)

The webinar explores two facets of the FAIRification of services: the FAIR assessment framework for data services, and the features of FAIR repositories.

Webinar

Persistence and interoperability in FAIR research data management

11 February 11:00 AM CET (1 hour webinar)

The main principles of FAIR data (findable, accessible, interoperable and reusable) have received wide acceptance in scientific data management circles. The work of further defining these principles and applying them in day-to-day knowledge sharing is ongoing.