Learn the basics of FAIR Data Stewardship

NeIC is pleased to offer a refreshed course on data management, FAIR principles and data stewardship skills development, including exercises and practical applications.

The course is an introduction to data stewardship based on the FAIR principles – Findable, Accessible, Reusable, Interoperable –, guidelines for good data management practice. The goal is to provide an understanding of the FAIR principles and the basic skills needed to assist researchers and data scientists in preparing their data for publishing or sharing and reuse. There are two modules to the course: The theory-oriented introductory part consists of two more online sessions in May, and the practical hands-on part is for two days in Oslo.

The course is held by Luiz Bonino from the University of Twente.

IMPORTANT: NeIC offers a subsidised price for academic participants to the course, so when you register to the event and select a category, it will need to be reviewed and authorised by NeIC before the subsidised price is applied. When you register, you will not be forwarded to the payment page until the registration has been reviewed. Please allow up to 10 days for this to occur.

What: FAIR training course
Who: Anyone interested, but academic participants are eligible for a subsidised price
When: 10-11 June 2024
Where: Oslo, Norway
How much: NOK 8 500 (full course) or NOK 5 500 (hands-on part only)

Registration and full programme details can be accessed here.