FAIR Forever? Accountabilities and Responsibilities in the Preservation of Research Data

« (…) This paper draws from the FAIR Forever study to document and explore its key findings on the identified strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats to the preservation of FAIR data in EOSC, and to the preservation of research data more broadly. It begins with background of the study and an overview of the methodology employed, which involved a desk-based assessment of the emerging EOSC vision, interviews with representatives of EOSC stakeholders, and focus groups with digital preservation specialists and data managers in research organizations. (…) »

source > ijdc.net, Amy Currie,William Kilbride, 30 septembre 2021, https://doi.org/10.2218/ijdc.v16i1.768