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NORF Open Research in Ireland webinars: FAIRsFAIR roadshow
As part of a webinar series on Open Research in Ireland, the National Open Research Forum (NORF) is collaborating with FAIRsFAIR to present a webinar focused on FAIR data. FAIRsFAIR – Fostering Fair Data Practices in Europe – aims to supply practical solutions for the use of the FAIR data principles throughout the research data life cycle.

NORF has been developing a National Open Research Landscape Report to summarise progress and challenges in each of the strategic areas of Ireland’s National Framework on the Transition to an Open Research Environment. Against this background, speakers will introduce topics including support for FAIR data through policy enhancement, professionalising data stewardship, and monitoring FAIR data and open science. Participants will be encouraged to give feedback on each topic.

This webinar is targeted at the national research community in Ireland: research support staff, librarians, researchers, and funder representatives. We encourage data stewards, managers and coordinators and all those involved in research data support to invite the researchers they work with and vice-versa: strengthening this type of collaboration is at the core of FAIR best practices.

FAIRsFAIR will record the webinar and publish the recording on its YouTube channel.

Mar 16, 2021 01:00 PM in Dublin

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Speakers

Marjan Grootveld
Coordinator Projects & Policy @Data Archiving and Networked Services (DANS), Netherlands
Joy Davidson
@Digital Curation Centre (DCC), UK
NORF FAIR Working Group
The NORF WG on FAIR data is co-chaired by Aoife Coffey (Research Data Coordinator, University College Cork) and Timea Biro (Project Manager, Digital Repository of Ireland, Royal Irish Academy).