03.05.23 - 03.05.23
FAIRification of Training Materials – An Introduction
At this free virtual workshop, participants learn how to make their training materials "FAIR"!
Members of the broader EOSC-Life community and other interested parties are invited to join this free virtual workshop, co-organised by WP9 representatives from
EATRIS and EMBL-EBI, and learn how to make training materials FAIR.
The organisers will provide practical information and resources to empower participants to FAIRify their training materials.
When: Wednesday, 3 May 2023, 14-17 CEST
Format: hands-on virtual workshop via Zoom
Registration procedure: first come first served (limited availability)
Audience: EOSC-Life partners and others who are interested in receiving practical advice on how to make their training materials FAIR and sustainable.
Participants will learn how to:
Recognise the importance of developing sustainable training materials
Recognise that FAIR principles can be applied to the development of sustainable training materials
Identify the FAIR Training Materials handbook as a self-learning resource for making training materials FAIR
Learn from the experience of others when making training materials FAIR
Reflect on next steps for making their own training materials FAIR(er)
For more info,
contact Kim Gurwitz or Rebecca Ludwig
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