DANS Data Trail Workshop – FAIR data assessment tools: an evaluation

Event date:

23 November 2021

Location: Online

On Tuesday, November 23, between 15:30 and 17:00 CET, the DANS Data Trail Workshop: FAIR data assessment tools: an evaluation will take place.

In close collaboration with the National Institute for Public Health and the Environment (RIVM), Ammar Ammar (Maastricht University) conducted a study in which several FAIR assessment tools are evaluated based on criteria specifically designed for this study. During this Data Trail workshop, we will discuss his upcoming paper on this topic and apply the same criteria to DANS’s FAIR-Aware tool. The audience will get the opportunity to explore the tool and to discuss their feedback, following the same approach as in Ammar’s work. How does FAIR-Aware evaluate FAIRness? And how relevant and user-friendly is this tool? We are looking forward to discussing these issues with our audience, and connecting the RIVM experiences with FAIR evaluation to the work of DANS in the same field. Researchers, research supporters, policy makers, and repository managers are warmly welcomed to join and share their input in what will likely be an inspiring discussion.

Speakers

  • Ammar Ammar – department of Bioinformatics, FHML, Maastricht University, The Netherlands
  • Femmy Admiraal – Data Station Manager Humanities at DANS
  • Linas Cepinskas – Research Data Management Specialist at DANS
  • Maaike Verburg – Research Data Management Specialist at DANS

The presentation by Ammar Ammar is available here. Download the presentation by Femmy Admiraal here and the presentation by Linas Cepinskas and Maaike Verburg here.

Watch the recording below:


 

More information

This workshop will be online and held in English. There is no charge for this workshop but registration is obligatory. After registration, you will receive the link to the meeting closer to the event date.

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Femmy Admiraal Ph.D.

Data Station Manager Humanities