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FAIR Research Data Management summer school
July 1 - July 5
Summer School Theme: Data Stewardship
Data stewardship is defined as the process and attitudes that makes one deal responsibly with one’s own and other people data throughout and after the initial scientific creation and discovery cycle. FAIR data are data which meet standards of findability, accessibility, interoperability, and reusability. A data steward, or data curator, is a person responsible for overseeing the lifecycle activities of a set of data. Currently, adequate skills are lacking and new roles are needed for support services.
The Summer School aims to train junior scientists, support services staff and librarians in implementing the FAIR principles for research data & software management. The focus will be on the FAIR principles related to interoperability and re-using research data. Participant will acquire knowledge, expertise and practical experience in achieving the following outcomes:
● Planning a Research outputs management campaign.
● Reusing research data for the full research lifecycle.