Published July 13, 2021 | Version v1
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FAIRsharing, a FAIR-enabling service for repositories, standards and policies

  • 1. University of Oxford, UK; FAIRsharing Content and Community Lead
  • 2. University of Oxford, UK; FAIRsharing Founder


FAIRsharing is an informative and educational resource on interlinked standards, repositories and policies, three key elements of the FAIR ecosystem. FAIRsharing promotes the existence and value of standards, repositories and policies, fostering a culture change within the research community into one where the use of these resources for FAIRer data is pervasive and seamless. This is achieved by guiding consumers to discover, select and use these resources with confidence, and helping producers to make their resources more visible, more widely adopted and cited. FAIRsharing is adopted by funders, publishers and communities in all discipline, and it is also an adopted output of the RDA FAIRsharing WG.

This presentation, addressed to repository developers and maintaners, provides an oveview of the key FAIRsharing features and a walkthrough of the new system and how to add and claim a record describing a repository. This presentation is part of the FAIRsFAIR "Using registries to improve the visibility of your repository service" webinar (13 July 2021).



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