How to Share your FAIR Data – 25th October 2018
By Catherine Sharp, on 26 October 2018
This week UCL hosted a series of events to coincide with International Open Access Week (22nd -28th October). The Research Data Management team were on hand to deliver a session on data sharing and the role it currently plays in the Open Science agenda. The session was divided into two parts. The first half introduced researchers to the importance and practical considerations of sharing data in keeping with the FAIR data principles. This was followed by a talk from Dr. Ben Thomas from the Institute of Nuclear Medicine who spoke of his experiences of using the EU-funded Zenodo repository to add a working example of data sharing to the session.
Many thanks to all those that attended and hopefully the session provided some useful information for researchers to further explore the merits of sharing research data.
The slides from the FAIR Data session can also be found on UCL Discovery, UCL’s open access repository and in SlideShare here.
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