2021 FAIR Workshop

2021 CyberTraining for Findable, Accessible, Interoperable, and Reusable (FAIR) Virtual Workshop 

The CyberTraining for Findable, Accessible, Interoperable, and Reusable (FAIR) Science project will host a two-day (June 1-2, 2021) virtual workshop on implementation of FAIR Water and Climate teaching modules in course or research programs. FAIR CyberTraining project is funded by NSF to create learning materials for training earth science students and working professionals to: (i) use publicly available cyberinfrastructure for education, research and tackle practical issues; and (ii) make their work FAIR for the broader community. The goal of this workshop is to demonstrate the implementation of water and climate learning modules created by the project team, provide hands-on training on a few modules, and explore possible implementation of some modules in participants’ classes or institutions.

The project team will pay $300 to each US based faculty and instructor. Additional payment will be provided to participants to help implement one or more modules at their institutions.

Date: June 1-2, 2021


            June 01, 2021

                    11:00  - 11:15:         Overview of FAIR CyberTraining project (Presentation | Video)

                    11:15 – 11:30:         Introduction to FAIR principles (Presentation | Video)

                    11:30 – 11:45:         Overview of a FAIR training module (Presentation | Video)

                    11:45 – 12:30:         Training on one data access module  (Climate Track | Water Track)

                    12:30 – 13:00:         Break

                    13:00 – 13:45:         Training on processing module (Climate Track | Water Track)

                    13: 45 – 14:30:        Training on visualization/publication module (Climate Track | Water Track 1, 2)

            June 02, 2021

                    11:00 – 11:30:         FACT Fellowship Presentation (Presentation | Video)

                    11:30 – 12:30:         Modules feedback and future implementation discussion