Towards a European network of FAIR-enabling Trustworthy Digital Repositories (TDRs) - A Working Paper
- 1. The Arctic University of Norway (UiT)
- 2. Data Archiving and Networked Services (DANS)
- 3. Strasbourg astronomical Data Center (CDS)
- 4. Digital Repository of Ireland (DRI)
- 5. Finnish Social Science Data Archive (FSD)
- 6. Data Archive for Social Science in Bosnia and Herzegovina (DASS-BiH)
- 7. University of Minho (UMinho)
- 8. National Computing Center for Higher Education (CINES)
- 9. World Data Centre for Climate (WDCC)
This working paper is a bottom-up initiative of a group of stakeholders from the European repository community. Its purpose is to outline an aspirational vision of a European Network of FAIR-enabling Trustworthy Digital Repositories (TDRs). This initiative originates from the workshop entitled “Towards exploring the idea of establishing the Network”. The paper was created in close connection with the wider community, as its core was built on community feedback and the first draft of the paper was shared for community-wide consultation. This paper will serve as input for the EOSC Task Force on Long Term Digital Preservation. One of the core activities mentioned in the charter of this Task Force is to produce recommendations on the creation of such a network.
The working paper puts together a vision of how a European network of FAIR-enabling TDRs could be based on the community’s needs and its most important functions: Networking and knowledge exchange, stakeholder advocacy and engagement, and coordination and development. The specific activities hosted under these umbrella functions could address the wide range of topics that are important to TDRs. Beyond these functions and the challenges they address, the paper presents a framework to highlight aspects of the Network to further explore in the next steps of its development.
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