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Adaptation of FAIR Data Maturity Model indicators in Validator

FAIRData_maturitymodel

OpenAIRE is working to adapt the FAIR RDA Data Maturity Model indicators in our OpenAIRE Validator. The Validator is available to every logged-in user via the PROVIDE dashboard and is intended to provide an impression of the FAIRness of their repository.

The FAIR Maturity Model Indicators, as core criteria to assess the implementation level of the FAIR (Data) principles, implemented in the OpenAIRE Validator, aims to offer to the datasource managers, a way to assess the implementation of FAIR (Data) Principles in their datasource.

This implementation in the Validator will deploy a specific guideline to evaluate the level of adoption of the FAIR Principles by datasources.

Being part of OpenAIRE, all datasources assure its compatibility with global standards and interoperability based on the adoption of OpenAIRE guidelines. More specifically the FAIR assessment will leverage a more swift adoption and implementation process of FAIR principles in repositories, enabling a faster identification of trustworthy repositories, thus accelerating the building of EOSC services upon these infrastructures.

The June's Community Call for Content Providers presented the ongoing work that it's been done by OpenAIRE to adapt the FAIR Data Maturity Model. See the recording and presentation available in the event page.

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