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layout: workshop      # DON'T CHANGE THIS.
carpentry: "swc"    # what kind of Carpentry (must be either "lc" or "dc" or "swc")
title: "FAIR Data and Software (Carpentries-based Workshop)"
venue: "Technische Informationsbibliothek (TIB)"        # brief name of host site without address (e.g., "Euphoric State University")
address: "Welfengarten 1B, 30167 Hannover, Germany"      # full street address of workshop (e.g., "Room A, 123 Forth Street, Blimingen, Euphoria")
country: "de"      # lowercase two-letter ISO country code such as "fr" (see https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ISO_3166-1)
language: "en"     # lowercase two-letter ISO language code such as "fr" (see https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ISO_639-1)
latlng: "52.38151,9.72025"       # decimal latitude and longitude of workshop venue (e.g., "41.7901128,-87.6007318" - use http://www.latlong.net/)
humandate: "9-13. July 2018"    # human-readable dates for the workshop (e.g., "Feb 17-18, 2020")
humantime: "9:00-17:00"    # human-readable times for the workshop (e.g., "9:00 am - 4:30 pm")
startdate: 2018-07-09      # machine-readable start date for the workshop in YYYY-MM-DD format like 2015-01-01
enddate: 2018-07-13        # machine-readable end date for the workshop in YYYY-MM-DD format like 2015-01-02
instructor: ["Katrin Leinweber", "Angelina Kraft", "Konrad Förstner", "Martin Hammitzsch", "Luke Johnston", "Mateusz Kuzak"] # boxed, comma-separated list of instructors' names as strings, like ["Kay McNulty", "Betty Jennings", "Betty Snyder"]
helper: ["Chris Erdmann"]     # boxed, comma-separated list of helpers' names, like ["Marlyn Wescoff", "Fran Bilas", "Ruth Lichterman"]
email: ["carpentries@tib.eu"]    # boxed, comma-separated list
collaborative_notes: https://hackmd.io/ERXxduPVTPSc3LvSjL2nfw    # https://github.com/swcarpentry/workshop-template/issues/418
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### General Information

**This workshop aimed to train junior scientists in implementing the FAIR principles for research data & software management & development.** We want to help you identify similarities and differences between these two scientific objects and apply respectively appropriate good practices in preparing, publishing and archiving your work.

<p align="center">
<em>
  It was a new, experimental workshop format that contextualises the highly practical lesson material from the <a href="{{site.swc_site}}">Software</a> and <a href="{{site.dc_site}}">Data</a> <a href="https://carpentries.org/">Carpentries</a> with the <a href="https://blogs.tib.eu/wp/tib/2017/09/12/the-fair-data-principles-for-research-data/">FAIR principles</a>.
</em>
</p>


### For whom?

Junior scientists who wish to excel at
implementing the FAIR principles for research data and scientific
software.


### When & Where?

Please see [events.TIB.eu/fair-data-software/2018
](https://events.tib.eu/fair-data-software/2018/).


### Costs

**Participation was free of charge**. However, participants needed to organise and pay for travel and accommodation themselves. This workshop was part of an ideas competition supported by the [Jülich Research Centre](http://www.fz-juelich.de/portal/EN/Home/), and part of a [grant by the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF)](https://www.bildung-forschung.digital/de/ideenwettbewerb-zum-digitalen-wandel-in-der-wissenschaft-2007.html).


### Requirements

**Please note: This workshop focussed on the application** of the FAIR Principles on scientific data and software. Because it covered a variety of examples, it did require a basic knowledge of the tools listed in [the schedule](#schedule). If you are interested in learning these basics, please consider applying for one of the (non-experimental) [Software](https://software-carpentry.org/workshops/) and [Data](http://www.datacarpentry.org/workshops-upcoming/) Carpentry workshops, or [work through](https://software-carpentry.org/lessons/) their [material](http://www.datacarpentry.org/lessons/) in a self-paced manner.


### Recordings & Workshop Material

Lecture recordings are at [av.TIB.eu/series/530](https://av.tib.eu/series/530/)
and are also hyperlinked in the schedule, along with other miscellaneous resources.
Slides are available through [TIB's NextCloud](https://tib.eu/cloud/s/tXSt3j7Bg3ySdXY)
and [editable on Google Drive](https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1JO-0SjKw52ICbNSHZuqdXjdIZIrh3Alp).
Under [GitHub.com/TIBHannover, workshop-related repositories carry the topic `tibfds`](https://github.com/TIBHannover?q=tibfds).
On [Twitter, we used the hashtag `#TIBFDS`](https://twitter.com/search?q=%23TIBFDS).

### Contact

If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to [open an issue](https://github.com/TIBHannover/2018-07-09-FAIR-Data-and-Software/issues/).

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<h2 id="schedule">Schedule</h2>

We approximately focussed on one topic / principle per day, introducing its reasoning,
benefits, and (differing and/or shared) implications for *proper research
data/software management/development* together with the learners. We
followed-up the theory-leaning introductions in the mornings with discussions and
live-coding sessions, using some (Software & Data) Carpentry materials to illustrate and
practice a principle's implementation in the
[STEM](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Science,_technology,_engineering,_and_mathematics)
disciplines ("[MINT-Fächer](https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/MINT-F%C3%A4cher)").
Regardless of discipline, learners were encouraged to **bring** questions about
their **own data and source code**, which we tried to answer during the week.

{% include schedule.html %}


### Collaborative Notes

We used a <a href="{{page.collaborative_notes}}">HackMD.io pad</a> to share URLs, bits of code, and to take notes.

## Follow-up Events

See [TIBHannover.GitHub.io/FAIR-studyGroup](https://tibhannover.github.io/FAIR-studyGroup/).
We'll be learning from each other and teaching ourselves further
within the context of the above topics. Anyone is welcome: be they student, personnel or scientist.

[![](fig/footer_logos.png)](https://events.tib.eu/fair-data-software/)
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