status: Recognised & Endorsed

Chair (s): Edit Herczog, Keith Russell, Shelley Stall

Group Email: [group_email]

Secretariat Liaison: Stefanie Kethers


FAIR Data Maturity Model: core criteria to assess the implementation level of the FAIR data principles

Webinar - The RDA FAIR Data Maturity Model WG: Aligning International Initiatives for Promoting and Assessing FAIR Data - 19/11/2020

Webinar - Connecting Data, Institutions and People: FAIR Digital Objects, RDA outputs and the design of the DiSSCo Research Infrastructure - 18 March 2021

The RDA FAIR Data Maturity Model Working Group develops as an RDA Recommendation a common set of core assessment criteria for FAIRness and a generic and expandable self-assessment model for measuring the maturity level of a dataset. The aim is not to develop yet another FAIR assessment approach but to build on existing initiatives, looking at common elements and allowing the group to identify core elements for the evaluation of FAIRness. That will increase the coherence and interoperability of existing or emerging FAIR assessment frameworks and it will ensure the combination and compatibility of their results in a meaningful way.

 

The WG brings together stakeholders from different scientific and research disciplines, the industry and public sector, who are active and/or interested in the FAIR data principles and in particular in assessment criteria and methodologies for evaluating their real-life uptake and implementation level.

 

Posts

10
August
2022

Call for papers - DaMaLOS 2022 (third call)

by Leyla Jael Castro

Dear all, Apologies for cross-posting. Please find below the CfP for the 3rd Workshop on Research Objects Metadata and Management for Linked Open Science DaMaLOS 2022 co-located with ISWC . Drop me a line if you have any questions. Kind regards, on behalf of DaMaLOS Organizing Committee. *DaMaLOS 2022: 3rd Workshop on Research Objects Metadata and Management for Linked Open ScienceOnline, October 23 or 24, 2022https://zbmed.github.io/damalos/
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22
June
2022

FDMM session Thursday at IDW

by Keith Russell

Hi members of RDA FDMM Working group, Just a heads up that we will be running a session at International Data Week/the RDA Plenary 19 tomorrow (Thursday 23 June). The session will be focused on a discussion on the adoption of the FAIR Data Maturity Model and lessons learned in that process. You will need to be registered for the conference to attend and will be able to access the session here: https://idw2022.events.whova.com/Agenda/2382814
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09
June
2022

RDA Plenary 19 [Part of IDW 2022]: Invitation to attend the session "Finalising guidelines for FAIR adoption in health research performing organisations"

by Celia Alvarez-Romero

Dear all, We would like to encourage you to join the session of the WG on Raising FAIRness in health data and health research performing organisations , which we are organising at the RDA 19th Virtual Plenary Meeting, part of the International Data Week . This meeting will primarily demonstrate the work that has been undertaken and showcase the outputs that have been generated in the form of a set of clear guidelines for the FAIR implementation in health research performing organisations (HRPOs), aiming to finalise the work
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14
April
2022

RDA Plenary 19 Draft Programme Now Available

by Secretariat Group Account

Dear Group Chairs, The RDA 19th Plenary draft programme is now available: https://www.rd-alliance.org/rdas-19th-plenary-programme-0. Please note that the Plenary programme is a part of the International Data Week programme that can be accessed at https://www.rd-alliance.org/international-data-week-2022-programme.
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25
March
2022

RDA Plenary 19 as a part of IDW 2022 - Notification of Acceptance

by Secretariat Group Account

Dear Chairs of the FAIR Data Maturity Model WG, Congratulations! Your RDA Plenary 19 (P19) session application titled The FAIR Data Maturity Model in practice: learning from adoption has been approved. Please consider this your official notification of acceptance.
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04
March
2022

P19 session proposals submissions

by Irina Hope

Dear group members,  Thank you for submitting your session proposal for the Plenary 19 titled ‘The FAIR Data Maturity Model in practice: learning from adoption’.  A review of all submitted proposals is now underway. Notifications of sessions acceptance will be sent out by Thursday, 24th March.  Please contact the RDA Secretariat at enquiries@rd-alliance.org with any questions or concerns you may have regarding your submission.   Kind regards,  RDA Secretariat 
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17
February
2022

Deadline for the P19 Call for submission is 26th February and other news items!

by Irina Hope

Dear Group Members,  We would like to share some important deadlines and news items with you.  One week left to submit your session application for RDA’s 19th Plenary Meeting! The Call for Sessions deadline is next week, the 26th of February, at 23:59 UTC. This is a firm deadline and there will be no further extension. 
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10
November
2021

Plenary Session Thursday 11 November 16:00 UTC

by Keith Russell

Dear members of the FDMM working group, The RDA FAIR Maturity Model Working Group will be running a session at the RDA plenary. The session will take place in Breakout slot 14, This will be at 16:00 - 17:30
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29
October
2021

RDA CURE-FAIR WG: Invitation to attend our session at the RDA Plenary 18

by Limor Peer

We encourage the RDA community to join our session, “Connecting the Dots on Curating for FAIR and Reproducible Research,” at the RDA VP18 Plenary (Wednesday, November 3, 2021, 22:30-00:00 UTC, Breakout 3).   Meeting agenda:
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29
October
2021

RDA HRPO WG: Invitation to attend our sessions at the RDA Plenary 18

by Celia Alvarez-Romero

Dear all, We would like to encourage you to join the session of the WG on Raising FAIRness in health data and health research performing organisations , which we are organising at the RDA 18th Virtual Plenary Meeting . This meeting will primarily demonstrate the ongoing tasks that were outlined in the case statement. Specifically, we will discuss the impact assessment of FAIR adoption which was initiated by the co-chairs and which requires input and review from the WG and the community.
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