On 22 January 2021, and 01 February 2021, I presented on the topic of “FAIR Data & Software in the Scholarly Communications Lifecycle” to dkNET and the Research Triangle Institute (RTI). The presentation (see slides) is a slimmed down version of a much longer session that is run at the Force11 Scholarly Communications Institute (see Zenodo record and slides).
I was able to ask the two communities the same set of questions below:
- What is motivating you to learn more about FAIR?
- How are you responding to the principles? Particularly the F1 and R1.3 principles.
- Are there #FAIRexamples you’ve found helpful?
A recording from the dkNET presentation is available at:
The recording of the #dkNET @dkNET_Info #Webinar "FAIR Data & Software in the Research Life Cycle", presented by Christopher Erdmann @libcce, is now available to view on the dkNET YouTube channel: https://t.co/L8uUQ8Kg2u #FAIRData #OpenScience #OpenData #Research— dkNET (@dkNET_Info) February 1, 2021