Common Minimum Metadata for Semantic Artefact


About the workshop

During the course of the FAIRsFAIR project, the team has been working on defining a common metadata description for Semantic Artefacts (SA) to make them FAIR. This work was initiated with a few members of the RDA VSSIG TG on metadata led by C. Jonquet and we have converged on a DCAT extension for representing SA and a short list of metadata fields to describe SAs. FAIRsFAIR goal is to propose a common minimum metadata description for FAIR SAs, setting up a threshold on FAIRness without restricting the usage of more metadata elements for a richer metadata description as required by the FAIR Principles. 

The purpose of this workshop is to present the FAIRsFAIR initial DCAT extension to SA experts and to determine a minimum set of key metadata elements to make SA FAIR. For this, a dedicated use-case that should support the choice of the metadata elements will be presented. Yann Le Franc, CEO at e-Science Data Factory and OntoCommons partner, will be one of the speakers of the workshop.

Ontologists, knowledge engineers and semantic repository owners/developers are welcome to join us and help us to define this key element of the FAIR Semantics recommendations. 


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