On April 8th and 9th, the National Institute of Health offers a workshop that focuses on trustworthy data repositories based on the CoreTrustSeal principles. Ingrid Dillo (Deputy Director of DANS) will give an introduction about the CoreTrustSeal. The workshop is only accessible for invitees, but can partly be followed publicly as a webinar. Registration for the webinar is possible, via the website of the ‘National Institute of Health’, and will also include an introduction to CoreTrustSeal.
DANS was at the forefront of the development of the Data Seal of Approval, which formed the basis for the CoreTrustSeal. Information managers and other stakeholders can fall back on a framework of various international certification standards for digital repositories to test and improve the quality of their work processes and management systems. A “trustworthy digital repository” (tdr) is a term that is often used.
More information can be found on the website of the ‘National Institute of Health’. The program and the link to the webinar registration can be found here.
After the event, the presenatations will be available online.