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How FAIR is your research data?: a workshop (for researchers and postgraduate students in all disciplines)
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Description

FAIR data are those that are Findable, Accessible, Interoperable and Reusable. Sounds simple enough, but what do each of these terms mean in a practical sense and how can you tell if your own research data is FAIR?

The Research Data Team at the Office of Scholarly Communication join forces with FOSTER Open Science to offer a practical workshop to help you get to grips with the key principles and consider how you can start to make your own data FAIRer.

Once you have completed How FAIR is your research data? An online course (for researchers and postgraduate students in all disciplines) we invite you to attend this workshop session with the Research Data Team from the Office of Scholarly Communication to discuss your experiences in assessing the FAIRness of your data, including any problems you encountered. You are welcome to bring examples of your data to this session to further develop your skills, or try your hand at FAIRifying more example datasets from Apollo.

Target audience

This course is tailored for:

  • Researchers
  • PIs
  • Postgraduate students

We are running a parallel workshop designed specifically for anyone involved in research support, including librarians and administrative staff.

  • Further details regarding eligibility criteria are available
Prerequisites

Attendees will have completed the online course, How FAIR is your research data? An online course (for researchers and postgraduate students in all disciplines)

Format

Interactive workshop

System requirements

Participants will need access to an internet-enabled device.

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Duration

Up to two hours

Themes

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