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Researchers play a key role in making their outputs findable, accessible, interoperable and reusable (FAIR) but equally the organisations who employ them, the funding bodies that financially support and influence the way they work, and the range of infrastructures that are used by researchers to create, share and curate their outputs also play critical roles.

To help foster a FAIR ecosystem, the FAIR-IMPACT project will support representatives from research performing organisations to begin or progress their FAIR-enabling journeys. This support programme is geared toward those RPOs who are getting started on their FAIR-enabling journeys. FAIR-IMPACT will provide dedicated guidance and one-to-one support to successful applicants to self-assess their current capabilities and to develop FAIR implementation action plans.

More information on the support programme can be found here (Route 1).

Furthermore, FAIR-IMPACT will deliver ah hour-long, virtual workshop to introduce the support programme for research performing organisations on August 28th. The session will outline the support that will be provided for research performing organisations, explain what is expected of participants, and provide an overview of the application process. There will be time set aside for participants to have a chance to ask any practical questions about the support programmes.

Registration for this webinar is free and open to all. More information here.

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