FAIRsharing presented at NBN 2022 last week, and here are our Allyson’s impressions of the day.
The DCC (on behalf of the FAIRsFAIR project) and FAIRsharing are proud to showcase our recent collaboration that aligned three data policy description efforts, making it easier than ever to create FAIR-aligned data policies and make policy descriptions more accessible to both humans and machines. The FAIRsharing data policy registry, the FAIRsFAIR FAIR data Policy Checklist, and the RDA’s Journal Policy Features have all been aligned and integrated within the FAIRsharing data model.
On 22 October, FAIRsharing’s Prakhyat Gailani attended the State of the Browser conference in London A one-day, single-track conference with widely varying talks about the modern web, accessibility, web standards and more. This year marks the 10th edition of the conference which was organised by London Web Standards. Here he writes about his experiences in […]
Under the auspices of RDA Europe and EOSC Future, FAIRsharing has now officially launched our new Community Curation Programme. This Programme creates a collaborative environment where domain experts are selected to oversee certain areas within the FAIRsharing registry in return for a number of professional benefits. Our community curators promote the standards and databases most […]
Five researchers from FAIRsharing and the larger Data Readiness Group here at Oxford attended RSECon22 last week, presenting a poster and several talks during the conference. The talks will be available in due course from the RSE Society YouTube channel, but in the meantime there’s a lot of great news about the topics covered and […]
This summer the developers have been busy, and a new exciting feature is now available in FAIRsharing: Research Organization Repository (ROR) organisations can now be automatically imported when editing FAIRsharing records. The ROR repository contains more than 100,000 top-level organisation entities, making it an important resource for organisation alignment and display. Last April, the initial […]
Summer has arrived here in the UK, and with it the classic British combination of weirdly hot weather followed by days of drizzle. Even so, our team is taking our summer breaks and getting out and about in that lovely British summer. This academic year has been a busy one for us, with the launch […]
As part of our ongoing collaboration with OpenAIRE, we have aligned and de-duplicated data repository records across multiple registries. This work is an essential step in helping users find the repositories they need within OpenAIRE Explore, and it was made possible thanks to the curation efforts of our FAIRsharing team and our OpenAIRE collaborators! More […]
FAIRsharing has a rich array of metadata describing human- and machine-readable data access, data curation, and data release in two different sections within FAIRsharing records (“Data Processes” and “Access Points”). We needed to reconcile these sections so users can have a clearer picture of the ways in which each resources can be accessed. The new […]
We’ve added a new feature to our search page to run your search again without pagination and send the results as a CSV file so that you may download them. We hope that you’ll all find this useful. As shown in the image of the search results above, when you are logged in there is […]