Making your research data fit for a future of open science and open data, 25 April 2019
Researchers are getting more and more demands on sharing their data. Demands are coming from funders, publishers, authorities, other researchers etc. How to share data? The FAIR Data Principles are supposed to guide researchers in how to share data in order to be F=findable, A=accessible, I=interoperable, R=re-usable.
The seminar will be an introduction to the FAIR Data Principles, which has grown in importance during the last years, among research communities, funders, research infrastructures. The seminar will also bring up practical tips and examples on what you can do as a researcher to make your data FAIR.
The seminar is offered in collaboration with the University Library of Lund University and will be held in English.
Maria Johnsson, University Library, Lund University
Time and location
The event will be held on 25th April 2019 from 12:30 to 14:00. The venue will be room 5124 on the 5th floor of V-Building on the LTH campus.
Please register using the registration form
Questions and queries regarding the course should be directed to Lunarc, using the support form.