[Fdatastod] Platser kvar: Nordic FAIR data stewardship course March 30 - April 3

Monica Lassi monica.lassi at lunarc.lu.se
Thu Jan 16 10:49:56 UTC 2020


Det finns fortfarande platser kvar till FAIR data steward-kursen i Uppsala 30 mars till 3 april 2020.

Registrering här:  http://bit.ly/FAIRds-Nordic-SE

Hälsningar Monica

Monica Lassi, Fil. Dr.

LUNARC, Centrum för vetenskapliga och tekniska beräkningar vid Lunds universitet

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Från: wp4 at eosc-nordic.eu <wp4 at eosc-nordic.eu> För Andreas Jaunsen
Skickat: den 15 januari 2020 14:00
Till: wp4 at eosc-nordic.eu
Ämne: [WP4] Nordic FAIR data stewardship course March 30 - April 3

Dear WP4 members,

We still have available space at the upcoming FAIR data stewardship course. Please consider to join this valuable course and distribute this among your institutions and preferably as broadly as possible among communities in the Nordic+Baltics!

Registration to the third Nordic course on "FAIR Data Stewardship”, hosted and sponsored by Nordforsk/NeIC<http://www.neic.no/> and SNIC<http://www.snic.se/> + SND<http://www.snd.gu.se/> in Sweden, is open.
The event takes place in Uppsala, Sweden on 30 March - 3 April 2020.

To register follow this link: http://bit.ly/FAIRds-Nordic-SE

Early bird registration with a discounted fee of NOK 6750,- is still open until Feb 16, at which point it increases to NOK 8500,-

This is a fully fledged 5-day training event which will provide the much needed foundational skills for competent data stewards and data managers in the Nordic countries with knowledge of the FAIR principles and their application. This course is aimed at librarians or data experts whose work it is to facilitate sharing and re-use of research data. The course will be held by trainers from GO-FAIR and provides a broad introduction to data stewardship. Registration will be limited to max 35 persons and the course is subsidised by the hosting organisations (www.neic.no<http://www.neic.no/>, www.snic.se<http://www.snic.se/>, www.snd.gu.se<http://www.snd.gu.se/>).

Kind regards,

FAIR Data Stewardship, as a new profession, is rapidly gaining momentum. New requirements from national and international funders are driving the need for training of competent, professional data stewards and data managers with knowledge of the FAIR principles and their application. This course introduces the required knowledge and skills in a broader data stewardship context, including topics like semantic data modeling, metadata modeling, the FAIRification process, publishing FAIR Data Points, and other topics related to managing research project's data requirements. After completion of the course participants will be able to work with domain specialists in making their data FAIR and preserving them for re-use.

Who should attend
This course is aimed at librarians or data experts at universities, research institutions and research support centres who are dealing with the ever growing complexity of data integration. Currently data technicians/ICTers spend between 70 and 80 percent of their time on data wrangling such as dealing with data selection & retrieval, format issues, identifiers, ontologies, massaging the data so that it is ready for big data analysis. For large organisations choosing to GO FAIR, integration and re-use of data sets becomes less labor intensive, leaving more time to dive into more complex data analysis answering research questions.

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