FAIR Coffee Lecture
UM is on a mission to become a leading example in the Open Science movement, which aims to make research papers, data, methods, etc. open to anyone so we can all benefit. The FAIR principles go hand-in-hand with Open Science and they form a great guide to make sure that the research you make Open, can actually be used. With the FAIR Coffee lecture series, the Open Science Community of UM, in collaboration with the Community for Data-Driven Initiatives (CDDI), will help you find out more about these topics and discover how your colleagues have applied Open Science and FAIR principles to their research. These lectures are a perfect chance to dip your toes in the FAIR water and find inspiration in the work of others!
In this first session of the FAIR Coffee lectures for the 2021/2022 academic year, we’ve invited Mareike Smolka, PhD candidate at the faculty of FaSoS and editorial assistant at the Journal of Responsible Innovation, to give a presentation entitled “FAIR Interviews & Focus Groups in Qualitative Social Science Research” (abstract) in which she will share her experiences with making qualitative data FAIR in her PhD research.
The program is as follows:
- 10.00 A quick introduction on FAIR/Open Science and the FAIR Coffee lecture series
- 10.05 Main lecture by Mareike Smolka (Including discussion/questions)
- 10.50 Caffeine quiz & closing statement
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