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Copy of Widening: What is the FAIR Data Maturity Model and How it Can be Used

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    Stefanie Kethers

    [5 min] Welcome, objectives of the meeting

    [15 min: 5 min/each] Update from the regions (co-chairs)

    [20 min] updates from implementing methods (speakers TBC)

    [30 min] Group sessions

    FAIR DMM for newcomers: discuss the starting steps

    FAIR DMM for interoperability within domains and between domains

    FAIR DMM and its potential role in Data Management Plans

    [10 min] Groups Report Back 

    [10 min] Action items and Next steps 

    Applicable Pathways
    The FAIR Agenda

    Avoid conflict with the following group (1)
    ESIP/RDA Earth, Space, and Environmental Sciences IG

    Avoid conflict with the following group (3)
    Research Data Architectures in Research Institutions IG

    Contact for group (email)

    Group chair serving as contact person
    Shelley Stall

    Meeting objectives
    The proposed session will bring together people interested in the RDA FAIR Data Maturity Model (DMM) and other FAIR assessment approaches, to discuss the FAIR DMM model implementation and its use in real life. In particular, we are focused on those participants who are in early stages and are interested in trying the FAIR DMM as a future tool for FAIR assessment and want to understand the basic concept of the FAIR DMM as preparation for their selection process.  This can be those considering incorporating the FDMM in existing services or using the FAIR DMM and its criteria itself.
    This session is intended to offer opportunity to existing implementers to share their lessons and for interested future users to ask their questions and raise their initial concerns from different domains.
    We are also interested to get feedback about the interoperability as a goal: Is the target to achieve inter-domain or within-domain interoperability.


    Please indicate the breakout slot (s) that would suit your meeting
    Breakout 8, Breakout 11, Breakout 14, Breakout 17, Breakout 20, Breakout 23

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