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FAIRsFAIR webinar: Assessing the FAIRness of repository data holdings
22 September 2021
On 29 September from 14:00 to 15:00 CEST, the webinar ‘Assessing the FAIRness of data holdings: Using F-UJI to make your repository more FAIR-enabling’ takes place.
Assessing the FAIRness of your repository’s data holdings can help you to identify areas where your service could be optimised to become more FAIR-enabling. This webinar will introduce the F-UJI assessment tool, which was developed through the FAIRsFAIR project to support the programmatic assessment of seventeen minimum viable metrics for FAIR data objects. These metrics build upon those proposed by the RDA FAIR Data Maturity Model Working Group and others. During this webinar you’ll learn about how to scope and carry out an assessment and hear about how the results can help you to identify areas of your current service provision where improvements may be needed.
This event is the latest in the FAIRsFAIR repository support webinar series which aims to help repository managers become familiar with FAIR-enabling practices. Each webinar will provide an overview of a specific FAIR-enabling activity, share information on recent developments within FAIRsFAIR and other initiatives as well as offering examples of good practice, practical tips and recommendations. Each webinar will last a maximum in 1.5 hours and include time for questions and discussion. Registration is free and open to all however the main audience is repository managers and service providers. Data stewards and developers may also find the session informative.
You can register for this event and/or register to receive notifications of future webinars online.
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