Group Mailing list Archive

14 Apr 2020

FAIR data maturity model: public review

Dear members of the RDA FAIR Data Maturity Model Working Group,
We are very appreciative of the time you have taken to respond to our
survey and helped us finalise the FAIR data maturity model indicators.
Accordingly, as communicated earlier, the editorial team has put the
proposed change into motion;
● All suggestions
to
either downgrade or upgrade priorities have received a majority of votes in
favor, except for F1-01D Metadata is identified by a persistent identifier

07 Apr 2020

RDA FAIR data maturity model: survey last call

Dear members of the RDA FAIR Data Maturity Model Working Group,
The public review period is fast approaching and your input is key to
finalise the FAIR data maturity model. For those of you who participated in
the survey, thank you very much! For those of you who haven’t, may we
kindly ask you to devote 3 minutes of your time to it
.
As communicated earlier, change requests to either the indicators or their
priorities have stemmed from the testing phase. These requests have been

03 Apr 2020

FAIR data maturity model: workshop 8 and short survey

Dear members of the RDA FAIR Data Maturity Model Working Group,
We were very pleased to see many members joining the calls and contributing
to the discussions. The editorial team has assembled a report, including
the topics covered and the views shared during the calls. The report can be
accessed here .
As you are aware, ten tests were executed by several volunteers using a
template. Testers were invited to compare the indicators against (1) (FAIR)
self-assessment methodologies and (2) digital objects. Consequently, as

26 Mar 2020

GitHub issues for changes in priorities proposed by testers

Dear Members of the RDA FAIR Data Maturity Model WG,
As announced in the virtual workshop #8 earlier this week, we have created a
set of GitHub issues for proposed changes to the priorities of some
indicators. See:
https://github.com/RDA-FAIR/FAIR-data-maturity-model-WG/issues/52
Some of the proposed changes were supported by 50% or more of testers, while
others only had minority support.
For the ones for which 50% or more of the testers agreed, we created

26 Mar 2020

Virtual Poster Session at VP15, 30 March - 3 April 2020

As part of the virtual plenary, we are holding a Virtual Poster Session, offering those who submitted a poster to Plenary 15 the opportunity to showcase their work. Posters can be related to teaching and learning online, or promote the author’s concepts and ideas on specific topics.

 

 

During the week of 30th March, please visit the poster pages, add your comments and engage with the presenters! They will be available and online that week to respond and interact with you.

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