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New FAIRsharing Community Curation Programme: Call for Participants

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    Allyson
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    We are proud to announce the official launch of the FAIRsharing Community Curation Programme! Together with our initial set of community curators, who have helped us prototype the programme and have already received attribution and other benefits, we are now actively seeking additional community curators across all subject areas (Engineering, Natural Sciences, and Humanities and the Social Sciences). I’m looking at the Discipline-specific Guidance for Data Management Plans WG because people interested in DMPs generally have a deep knowledge of the standards, databases and policies that are available within their domain.
    The current call will run through August, with successful participants being contacted by September. Please fill out this form to let us know you’re interested, and get in touch with us via email or Twitter if you have any questions. For more information about the tasks community curators do as well as the benefits, please see our information on joining the programme.
    This initiative is also supported by my RDA / EOSC Future Domain Ambassador for standards, repositories and policies award, as the FAIRsharing Content and Community Lead, and it is also closely linked the work and outputs of the RDA FAIRsharing WG.
    As an individual consider joining us, or please feel free to disseminate our open call to join the FAIRsharing Community Curator Programme across any relevant mailing lists and channels you may think would be relevant. Apologies in advance for any cross posting that may result.
    Regards,
    Allyson and the FAIRsharing Team

    Dr. Allyson Lister
    FAIRsharing Coordinator – Content & Community
    Oxford e-Research Centre, University of Oxford
    Data Readiness Group: https://datareadiness.eng.ox.ac.uk/
    ORCiD: 0000-0002-7702-4495
    @allysonlister
    Please note that I work part time. If the matter is urgent, you may wish to email ***@***.*** instead.
    For more on FAIRsharing, please see https://fairsharing.org

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