Are you thinking about submitting an application? The FAIR-IMPACT webinar informal Virtual Clinic on May 16th from 15:00-16:00 CEST gave the chance to ask the FAIR-IMPACT team any questions you have about the support actions, eligibility, and the application process.
Watch the recording of the webinar
Which calls are open today?
Two open calls are open till 1st June, both aiming to help users in making digital scholarly/research objects more FAIR.
#1: FAIRness assessment challenge
More harmonised use of semantic artefacts such as ontologies, terminologies, taxonomies, thesauri, vocabularies, metadata schemas and standards is a key element to achieving a high level of FAIRness. However, it can often be difficult to find and use semantic artefacts as they themselves are not always FAIR. This targeted support action will help a cohort of dataset providers or semantic artefact developers to self-assess and work towards maximising the level of FAIRness of their resources. Successful applicants will be supported to employ a variety of assessment tools and methods, including F-UJI, O’FAIRe and FOOPS.
#2: Enabling FAIR Signposting and RO-Crate for content/metadata discovery and consumption
The findability of both data and metadata is central to the FAIR principles. In this support action, FAIR-IMPACT will provide a method to increase the discoverability of the metadata and content. It will do so using a combination of two approaches; RO-Crate and Signposting.
For more details of the support offers including a recording of our recent webinar introducing the support offers available, please see our dedicated webpage. Download the presentations below.