Community review for teaching and training handbook on the FAIR principles now open

A community review is now open for the first draft of “How to be FAIR with your research data – a teaching and training handbook for higher education institutions”. Developed as part of the FAIRsFAIR, this handbook aims to support the practical implementation of content relating to the FAIR principles in university curricula and teaching by providing practical material, such as lesson plans, and supporting information.

To make sure that the handbook meets the needs of the target audience, we are inviting university teachers, educational programme managers, data practitioners and other professionals involved in the design and implementation of higher education programmes (or RDM/FAIR training in other contexts) to provide their feedback and input to the draft document. This will inform the next iteration of the handbook which will be presented at an online workshop on “Practical implementation of FAIR-related content in university curricula and teaching” on 12 October 2021.

The draft handbook is available in Google Docs. The consultation will close on 12 September 2021.

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