FAIRsFAIR has published a Draft Transition Support Programme for Repositories and your contributions are invited.
FAIRsFAIR has published D3.4 Recommendations on practice to support FAIR data principles and the document is now open for community comment.
Last call to Apply for the FAIRsFAIR Open Call for European Champions. Applications open till 31st August 2020. The FAIRsFAIR European Group of FAIR Champions (EGFC) is a highly visible group of experts and inspired influencers engaged on making FAIR data in Europe a reality. It is composed by scientific experts and “doers” in the field of FAIR data. Each EGFC member represents a different stakeholder group and provides advice on operational challenges and policies to improve the adoption of FAIR practices in different scientific communities in Europe.
FAIRsFAIR has launched FAIR-Aware, an online tool which helps researchers and data managers assess their level of awareness of the requirements for making datasets findable, accessible, interoperable, and reusable (FAIR) before uploading them into a data repository.
A new article published in PLOS Computational Biology and entitled Ten simple rules for making training materials FAIR is of considerable interest and relevance to the research community.
On Thursday 11 June, an online plenary session will close the FAIRsFAIR Synchronisation Force workshop series which began on 29 April.
FAIRsFAIR is inviting digital repositories and associated organisations to endorse the TRUST Principles for digital repositories.
FAIRsFAIR partner SPARC Europe has commissioned a survey to map international, national or regional Open Access and Open Science infrastructures across Europe.
FAIRsFAIR will be represented at the final workshop of the RDA FAIR Data Maturity Model Working Group on 19 May to describe their adoption of the RDA FAIR Data Maturity Model specification and guidelines.
FAIR Certification of Repositories and other Data Services is the topic of the FAIRsFAIR session at this year's EOSCHub Week event.