Make your data F.A.I.R.
Time & Location
About the Event
The FAIR principles are designed to support knowledge discovery and innovation, and promote sharing and reuse of data. Making your research data FAIR has many benefits, including increase visibility and citation of your research, attract new partnerships and collaborations, and improve reproducibility and reliability of your research. Further, good data management strategies and practices support FAIR principles.
Come along to this interactive workshop to learn about the FAIR principles, assess how FAIR your data is, share challenges and issues and explore ideas on how to make your data more FAIR.
Janice Chan is a Coordinator, Research Services at Curtin University Library. She and her team provide support to researchers on research data management, metrics and impact, and author identifiers. She is the executive officer of the eResearch Special Interest Group, and the Research Data Champions Program Coordinator.
Venue and RSVP
This session will be run via online and face to face at 78 Murray Street, in Level 2, Room 212. Due to social distancing restrictions, spaces in the face to face session are extremely limited. To reserve your spot, please contact Diane.Garnham@curtin.edu.au as soon as possible.