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FAIRsharing – a globally inclusive curated resource on data and metadata standards

This session is part of the AfricArXiv Webinar Series on Open Science for the Discoverability of African Research.

Published onOct 06, 2023
FAIRsharing – a globally inclusive curated resource on data and metadata standards
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FAIRsharing is a curated resource on data and metadata standards, interrelated to databases and data policies, across all disciplines.

We will hear what documentation FAIRsharing holds for African research standards, databases, and more.

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The slides are available at 10.5281/zenodo.8406371

FAIRsharing – A curated resource on data and metadata standards feat. African records.

Speaker Profile

Allyson Lister

ORCID: 0000-0002-7702-4495; LinkedIn: /in/allysonlister 

Allyson Lister is the FAIRsharing Content & Community Lead at the University of Oxford. With a background in data standardisation, ontologies, semantic data and integration, she is responsible for FAIRsharing content, as well as for the collaborations with users and outreach across all research domains. Allyson is also an EOSC Future / RDA Domain Ambassador (for standards, databases and policies), and is a co-chair of two RDA working groups.

About this webinar

This webinar session is part of a series co-organized by UbuntuNet Alliance and Access 2 Perspectives as part of the ORCID Global Participation Program.

About ORCID

ORCID is the persistent identifier for researchers to share their accomplishments (research articles, data, etc with funding agencies, publishers, data repositories, and other research workflows.

About AfricArXiv

AfricArXiv is a community-led digital archive for African research communication. By enhancing the visibility of African research, we enable discoverability and collaboration opportunities for African scientists on the continent as well as globally.

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FAIRsharing – A curated resource on data and metadata standards, interrelated to databases and data policies. Oct 04, 2023 at 10 WAT – 11am CAT – 12pm EAT (12pm GMT+3) As part of a webinar series on Open Science for the discoverability of African research. AfricArXiv is a community-led digital archive for African research communication. By enhancing the visibility of African research, we enable discoverability and collaboration opportunities for African scientists on the continent as well as globally. ORCID is the persistent identifier for researchers to share their accomplishments (research articles, data, etc with funding agencies, publishers, data repositories, and other research workflows. Today we welcome Allyson Lister as our speaker. Allyson is the FAIRsharing Content & Community Lead at the University of Oxford. With a background in data standardisation, ontologies, semantic data and integration, she is responsible for FAIRsharing content, as well as for the collaborations with users and outreach across all research domains. Allyson is also an EOSC Future / RDA Domain Ambassador (for standards, databases and policies), and is a co-chair of two RDA working groups. FAIRsharing is a curated, informative and educational resource on data and metadata standards, inter-related to databases and data policies, across all disciplines. We will hear what documentation FAIRsharing holds for African research standards, databases and more.   This webinar is co-organised by: UbuntuNet Alliance: https://ubuntunet.net/ and Access 2 Perspectives: https://access2perspectives.org/ as part of the ORCID Global Participation Fund: https://info.orcid.org/global-participation-program/ Learn more about ORCID: https://orcid.org/ Featuring today: FAIRsharing: https://fairsharing.org/ Allyson Lister, ORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0002-7702-4495, LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/allysonlister 

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ulna operating:

Along with her roles as co-chair of two gorilla tag RDA working groups, Allyson is an EOSC Future / RDA Domain Ambassador.