• Output Type: Working Group Supporting Output
  • Review Status: Endorsed
  • Review Deadline: 2021-02-15
  • Author(s): Keith Russell
  • Abstract

    FAIR Data Maturity Model WG

    Group co-chairs: Edit HerczogKeith Russell, Shelley Stall

    Supporting Output title: Member survey on bridging the gap between funders and communities – perspectives on benefits and challenges of FAIR assessments V2.0

    Authors: Christophe Bahim, Makx Dekkers, Edit Herczog, Keith Russell, Shelley Stall

    DOI: 10.15497/RDA00061

    Citation: Christophe Bahim, Makx Dekkers, Edit Herczog, Keith Russell, Shelley Stall (2021). Survey on bridging the gap between funders and communities – perspectives on benefits and challenges of FAIR assessments. Research Data Alliance. DOI: 10.15497/RDA00061

     

    Abstract:

    This report provides a consolidated view of the answers collected during a survey conducted in October 2020. This survey took place in the context of the work of the RDA FAIR Data Maturity Model Working Group and aimed at investigating the differences of perspectives on benefits and challenges of the FAIR assessments between funders and research communities.

     


     

    Please note that the text below refers to the previous version of the Supporting Output, which underwent community review in January / February 2021. Version 2.0 was updated after the community review phase, and can be found here.

     

    FAIR Data Maturity Model WG

    Group co-chairs: Edit HerczogKeith Russell, Shelley Stall

    Supporting Output title: Survey on bridging the gap between funders and communities – perspectives on benefits and challenges of FAIR assessments

    Authors: Christophe Bahim, Makx Dekkers, Edit Herczog, Keith Russell, Shelley Stall

     

    Abstract:

    This report provides a consolidated view of the answers collected during a survey conducted in October 2020. This survey took place in the context of the work of the RDA FAIR Data Maturity Model Working Group and aimed at investigating the differences of perspectives on benefits and challenges of the FAIR assessments between funders and research communities.

     

     

  • Group Technology focus: Data (Output) Management Planning
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