FAIR for Qualitative Data course
FAIR for Qualitative Data is a course for researchers working with qualitative research material and willing to explore how FAIR (Findable, Accessible, Interoperable, Reusable) could fit their work. The course will be informative but also hands-on and practice-based.
The course covers the basics of FAIR practices and helps qualitative researchers decide how the FAIR principles could be applied to their work. The course is a co-constructive exercise, so your work and active participation will be key to keep designing the course.
- Theoretically discuss FAIR and its possible limits for non-readable machine research data.
- In breakout rooms look into FAIR repositories with qualitative data and constructively be critical to the researcher’s approaches in terms of becoming findable and accessible.
- We will use a real case scenario to explore how inter-operability and re-usability can become useful aids while working with teams of qualitative researchers.
Target group: Researchers at Maastricht University Working with Qualitative Data
Pre-requisites: Researcher at Maastricht University, Advanced English C2 level
Maximum number of participants: 15
You can register for the event here.
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