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Survey on usage of “How to be FAIR with your data”

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    *Apologies for cross-posting*
    Dear all
    “How to be FAIR with your data” (freely available from
    Göttingen University Press here
    W%2BoPbhwDo2FxMRHMNoCOw%3D&reserved=0> and as a gitbook here
    pJu0v6bSFdseGPSBTZj3NeSCA7IhEYieTTtM%3D&reserved=0> ) is a teaching and
    training handbook for FAIR data in HEIs. The handbook covers topics such as
    a listing of the skills and competencies necessary for FAIR, teaching and
    training designs for FAIR, lesson plans in FAIR topics and how to implement
    FAIR in an institution. The editorial team would like to gauge the level of
    usage of the handbook. With this in mind, we have set up a questionnaire and
    would very much appreciate it if members of the IG could complete it.
    The link for the questionnaire can be found here
    2BlcjSDMOkkf1H3R9Mk%3D&reserved=0> .
    Best wishes
    The Editorial Team

    Claudia Engelhardt
    Technische Universität Dresden
    Zentrum für Informationsdienste und Hochleistungsrechnen
    Abteilung Verteiltes und Datenintensives Rechnen
    01062 Dresden
    Büro: Chemnitzer Straße 46b, Falkenbrunnen, Raum 241
    Email: ***@***.***
    ORCID: 0000-0002-3391-7638

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